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KLAMATJI COUNTY, OKECiON,
MAY 22, 1902
"I di'i not think of that," said she;
ON 8T. VINCENT.
“I was there for only a year, after 1
London Time« Reviews Their Course In
Two Thou land Dud a» the Rciult of Vol
home three months when father went
FROM THE FOUR QUARTER8 OF
ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM ALl
I bail learned more than I could have
London, May 14.—The Timas relates
Fort de France, Island of Martinique,
PARTS OF OREGON.
Here, surely, at length
BY J. MACLAREN COBBAN.
May 15.—The United States govern
the coulee of the peace negotiations as
was the strongest presumptive, if not
direct, evidence that Mr. laicroix, ami
K Comprchcntlvt Rcvliw ol the Important tinique from Kan Juan, I*. R , cruised Commercial and Financial Happenings of lut
"On the receipt of the Dutch corre-
not another, had dropped the ticket,
tlappenin^i o! the Paet Week. Pretented the coast of this island Tuesday.
and therefore that he had come Imme.
portante — A Brief Review of the Growth spondemv intimating that Great Brit
CH A ITER Vii—Contlnuud.
plii-ii'ULi-rii,n t.,, a ,|ai|y pa|w*r of somu I imagined him trawling from Ixmdon
In a Condented Form, Which It Mott encountered an inky black column of
and Improvements of the Many Industries ain was ready to listen to proposals
"It is singular," I said, "that you • mp"itaiice publislni.l in the neighlsir- Bridge to Croydon to pay, perhaps, hia
Likely to Prove of Interest to Our Many smoke, which made it necessary for her
Throughout Our I hrivmg Commonwealth from the Boers in the field, Acting
in your own Any should have conn* to oig l.irgi. town. Ths paper, I knew, daughter's school bill, and returning a
to no five miles out of her course.
President of the Transvaal Scl.aalk-
Latest Market Report.
tin- same ^inclusion iilsnit Steinhardt
The Potomac brought a ton of sup
burger came to the British lines and
us I have gradinili)- I h ** ii coming to. I •mi 'l upon my letter attracting such at- return ticket to Ixmdon Bridge. This
permission to consult with Mr.
do not trust him at nil; he is pitih-s •*■ 'ti<*n as it did. The second irglit struck me as agreeing with alii had
Congress has raiaisl its relief appro
Tillamook is being benefitted by a
unsero pillons, mid I am sure lie iil'i r I had written it men and women I heard of Mr. I roix—careless ot priation to half a million doliarH for of i-islfish and Hour. A famine here is rate war between two navigation com Steyn, ex-president ol the Orange Free
would make no more inquiries concern *u u.i ronditIona, but chiefly of the money, and without much steady con ■Martinique.
imminent. The northern section of panies.
State. This led to the Boer delegatee
11.; class, w«r«i inquiring their way sistent purpose. How easily such a
ing V ur (nther than seeimsl neee-sury
to Pretoria. TLeir first proposal
I he Danish piirliamentiiry commit
The settlement of the weavers’ strike
for the sake of up|M*iiriiuces. Hut, dear 1 trough the village, or finding their
tee is deadlocked on the Danish West here is suspended.
at Oregon City hinges ii|s>n the recog- to Ixird Kitchener and Lord Milner,
Miss l.m-roix, I think you can do no way along all the roads and Ian«« to resolute Steinhardt!
It occurred to me that it would not Indies treaty.
The Potomac will leave here for the rition of the union.
the British high commissioners in South
gisst by going to London yourself. Let “th.* Nightingale Clcugh." The »mall
me net lor you in the matter; believe wi-i kl-. papers of courae copied the let- Ire impossible to learn from the Croy-
There are 2,000 dead at St. Vincent island of St. Vincent, where conditions
A great deal of enthusiasm is being Africa, was that the republics should
me, I have it as much at heart as if it • * r and on Saturday and during the
is and from the volcanic disturbance are re|Kirted to lie worse. IJ Souffriere, aroused throughout the state in the merely concede all the demands
were my own. Huven little put iene*-, lollowing week parties same from long I croix had called on her. With a few in the West Indies.
on St. Vincent, was in full eruption Lewis and Clark fair project.
by Great Britain regarding the fran
ami I think we shall get at something ' • li-tan<i H in 'buses and vans to hear the questions as to the size, situation and
French troops are interring the dead May 10. A stream of stone and mud
Professor F. 8. Dunn, of the Chair of chise, etc., before the war. The Brit
I went flrat one character of the school, I learned the
"Why," she asked e.igerlv, "Ilin*
night, in«) then another, and another name and address of the school mis at St. l’ierre very slowly. Looting of half a mile wide was then issuing from Latin in the University of Oregon, has ish government, in reply, referred them
you hearil something at Inst from the
tendered his resignation, to take effect to the Middleburg conferen<e, as the
se« the crowd thin« drawn together. tress; and us soon as I returned to my the Indies has liegun there.
Stones two inches in at the cloSe of the college year.
friends to wlmm you wrote?"
lodgings I wrote to her. On the second
maximum of possible concessions and
diameter fell 12 miles away. At King
"No; I have not.”
morning after 1 received her reply,
The Geiser Grand Hotel Company has refused permission to the Boers to con
"I siip|siM«,” said she, with some tin I*- the men and women, the lad which I treasure] along with the rail uen the British have reduced the force ston, the capital of the island, the
sult their friends in Europe. Event
hitteriie-s, "it is to them only the loss an I I hhsicm standing under the trees way ticket as invaluable evidence—a of General Delarey by 860 men taken ashes were two inahes deep. Seven lieen incorporated at Baker City with ually, while refusing an armistice,
of one stranger out of the crowds nil
Ixird Kitchener undertook not to molest
I ttli-lake, and the miechievous boy( polite note, presenting compliments
The president has ordered a review May 11. It is estimated that the total corporation has acquired the Gieser the burghers while they were actually
and begging to inform that on referring
I then told her of the mission Free
This mav number of deaths in St. Vim-ent will Grand hotel.
to her hooks and her diary, she found of the Rathbone case.
holding meetings with the commandoes
man had undertaken, refraining, how- II*« -iinunei twilight di-epened into that Mr. Lacriox had called and paid a necessitate amendment of the Cuban reach 2,000. Most of the seven e-tates
State Senator G. C. Brownell, of to authorize the leaders to negotiate on
ever, from Buying thnt I hud directed
Oregon City, fell in trying to catch a the basis of the surrender of independ
term's charges for his daughter's “fin- i criminal law.
ashes, and it is authentically reported
hia attention to the railway (talions, (lie un-ecu little bird to break forth' ishing” education, on Wednesday,
Ihree thousand and fifty gas workers that two earthquakes occurred there. train at that place, and narrowly es ence, but they were told it was useless
m<>re purliciilarly to the Great North
caped being ground under the wheels of to return to Pretoria without being
March the fifteenth, eighteen hundred are on strike in Chicago Is-cause their
It is believed that the submarine cables the last car. He was bruised but not armed with full powers to negotiate.
ern, and 1 advised her to remain at “"tig Ami when nt length, after a few and eighty-two.
in St. Vincent have lieen broken by seriously injured by the fall.
Tinqsirley Hall for the present, ami to timid notes it poured out its full heart,
Schaalkburger assented to this, but Mr.
joining a union.
the disturbances, The present vol-
conduct herself towur.1 Meinhardt so us 1 hiard many 11 low m I i mingling with
Steyn s acquiesence seemed doubtful.
Oregon has received 14 gold medals, canic eruption on St. Vincent is the
not to excite his resentment or sus
"Mail advices received from Pre
The end of my six months' curacy
first since tlH12. Governor Hunt, of
M lu-tlu-r the nightingale took alarm
was almost at hand, but, since my re- four silver medals, 18 bronze medals Porto Rico, has asked Louis Avme, nual session in the senate chamber of toria.” continues the Times, "declare
Upon this wo preparisi to leave the
that Lords Kitchener and Milner prom
cent discovery, I was resolved I would
United States consul at Gaudeloupe, the capital at Salem on Tuesday, May ised generous compensation for burned
cottage; and on glancing casually awiiv wlu-thir some mischievous persons still remain at least in the neighbor Charleston ex|H,sition.
from her, 1 was arrestisi by the Is- frightened it, it ix'certain that by the hood of Timperley. I went first to tlie
At Tucuncarix, N. M., three men could render. Governor Hunt's offer til the Thursday evening following, farms, promised no difficulty with re
«nd o( the m-ek it »11» heard no more, rector, who was nut vet well enough to were killed in a fight.
havior of the old man.
gard to the question ot amnesty for
lias been communicated to the govern when a big banquet will be spread.
"l.isik at him!” I involuntarily ex- mid tlie jssiple went away diHap|sunti«l resume his duties, in the hope that I
rebels, which did not present insuper
might prevail U|»n him to let me con mills is practically over
of Clackamas county has granted a
His face was tluslnsl, and as if puffed was returning with the crowd, when an tinue to fill his place for some time
wakisi alongside of ma, Irsik»
with blissl; hia eyes were extraordin old fell
Americans will own the ships of the has begun already. While coming to franchise to the Oregon City & Sub
longer. I was surprised, and somewhat
arily bright mid watchful; bis mouth, ing nt in« hard, und at length s|>eaking piqued,to hear that it was entirely out new shipping combine, but they will Fort de France the Potomac picked up urban Railway Company to lay down
a boat containing five colored men and and operate railroads, telephone, tele
“ 1 hoii'rt parson as wrote th' letter— of the question, liecauM* another curate fly the English flag.
twitche l grotesquely, as if in the effort
one white man, whose pockets were graph and power lines upon the Aber Their Di»po»ition Will Be Determined by a
to use it for s|HMM-h; and hia right leg eh'*’’
had already been engaged.
Fore»try Reiervc Official.
The coal shortage is already apparent filled with coin and jewelry, the latter
1 answered I was.
and shoulder stirred a little under the
"A young man from St. Bee's,” said at Reading, I’a., in consequence of the evidently stripped from the fingers of nethy road and the Oregon City and
the rector. "Mr. Steinhardt says we Scranton mines being idle.
the dead. Lieutenant B. B. McCor
tive Cushman recently called _ ¿on the
"Ohl" cried Ixiuise, "perhaps seeing \ git place that—wi" gardens, I've must have no more clever men in Tim
Tlie Italian government will send a mick, commander ot the Potomac, ar ated $-00 for the completion of a read I commissioner of the general land office
ns, and hearing ns talk—if he Ims heard «ay, full o' a' kinds <»’ birdr and perley. I would Lave liked you very
heard ua—lias reused him!
well to utay, but von know— you
nee it cruiser to represent Italy at the in
from Albany to the southern boundary
I -aid I supposed he meant the Zoo- can’t lie. If 1 cun do anything for auguration of the new Cuban republic. to the commander of the French cruiser ot Linn county, on the way to the Blue to ascertain whether or not certain
Jacues," elm said, in a loud voice,
lands in Skagit and Snohomish coun
going to him, and laying her warm, I'.gii Al Gardena.
River mines, the remainder of the road
In explosion of naptha near Pittsburg
"Ah. llap|H*n that's them. I'm
soft hand on his withered, líteles-
to lie built by private subscription. It ties are to be eliminated from the
rare and fund o' brida and liea«ts; 1 |icr!ey, 1
APPEALS TO THE PEOPLE.
wrist, “are you feeling Is-tter?"
is believed (his will do much towards W a-hington forest reserve and opened
persons were injured, many of whom
ills only answer was a wink of his ym 11 go to Ixmdon some day, and see j where in
the further development of the claims to settlement. Reports to this effect
them wardens. Happen I may come tor Io iked at me in a way which made
President Ask» Relief for the Stricken People on the Albany side of the Calapooica
recently reached Washington from the
It is now generally admitted that
of the West Indie»,
"Here is John coming,” she con a* re-« thee: 1 hear thou'rt leaving me doubt whether I had been wise to
m ines, some of which are pronounced state, and have led to considerable
tell him my desire.
However, he 30,000 people lost their lives at St.
tinuisi to him. "i shall come ami see Tini|H*rley.”
Washington, May 15.—The following
Mr. Cushman learned
"In a very few weeks,” I said.
answered he would see what he could l’ierre. The streets of the city are cov
you tomorrow again."
that on April 18 Commissioner Her
We left the cottage as John ap
mann directed D. B. Shelier, superin
Steinhardt, it w evident, expected
proached with hia wheel barrow , ls*ar- '..in* and hear thee praich af re thou
Tlie new steel casting combine, to lie ing the afternoon:
tendent of forest reserve in Washing
me to so away, back to the south prob- known as the American Steel Casting
ing ti e shell fish for bis alterno m
"The president has appointed a com
The fruit growers around Medford ton, to make an examination of town
tini';"—he produced an old pocket t nb y, since I disliked Timperliy so Company, w ill control one-fourth of the
to receive funds for the relief of are jubi'ant over the recent rains and ship 3»north, ranges 8, 9 and 10 east;
"1 think your master must Is* rous
the sufferers from the reient disaster the fact that prospects for a good yield township 31 north, ranges 10 and 11
ii enta he took a (quart of paste board Croydon evidence tit him and more ob
ing up a little, John.,” said ixiuise.
east, and township 30 north, range 11
Another revolution is on the^tapis in in Martinique and St. Vincent. The are better than for years.
stinately resolved not to go away.
"Vea,” said John; "I think lie mini,
east, with reference to whether it is
l'itii« in handy when thou goea ba* k to There happened at that time t * lie sev Hayti.
gentlemen appointed from each city
The mill on the Lucky Bart group at better suited for forestry purposes or
miss. Seems to me he may get »«
I iid.'ii. I found it ill Ixn roix'a Ixinc eral curacies vacant in reightioring
Peace may be officially proclaimed will be asked to collect and receive the Gold Hill is running day and night on agricultural purposes. No report has
«eel again as Im was afore th* other
)•* nd' nmre'n a year ago, and says I, ‘I I pari-hea or districts; I applied first for in South Africa on May 20.
funds from their localities and neigh ore from the Doubtful claim. A 30- yet been received.
master went to Lunnon."
mini keep this till I go to Ixmdon,’ but one with the result alter some time of
borhoods as exjieditiousJy as possible inch vein of high grade free milling ore
As I t.svk my way through the vil
When Superintendent Shelier shall
I *lo not think 1'11 ever ride in a first having my application declined, and
and forward them to Hon. Cornelius N. assaying $45 per ton was recently
lage to my lodgings, I found myself
i las« larriage—so thoud'st better tak' then (or another, with the same result. the 18>ef trust has lieen filed at Chi Bliss, treasurer of the New York com struck in this claim, which will bring have been heard from, the general land
turning over these words of John: how
office will convey his recommendation
I wii1* di-appoiut, d and puzzled , I knew
mittee, which committee will act as a the Lucky Bart group to the front to the secretary of the interior, where
“well," I wondered, had old Jacques it, nmn."
"What ia it?” I asked.
central distributing point for the coun
been Indoro hia nephew went to Inn-
tlie matter will be finally acted upon.
"To be sure," said lie, '"tlioo
perley, and I could not under.-tand the to disband in China have raised the try. The president directs all the post already been milled from the several It is probable that no final action can
don’ If lie could recover ()ieech, could
M0 It's i< tirat elusa ticket".
coldness and reticence of the replies I standard of revolt.
masters throughout the country and re ledges on the property.
he tell us anything of comequence con
be had until late in the fall. In case
1 thanked him, and put it in my received. But I was soon startled into
It is reported that threeother islands quests the presidents of all the national
The number of strangersnow pouring all or a part of the land is found to be
the perception of their cause.
of the West Indies were extensively banks to act as agents for the collec into Oregon is being felt even in the agricultural, that much will undoubt
We were then upon the cottage in
Ixiuise and I had got into the habit
tion of contributionsand to forward the
backwoods. A year ago it was believed edly be restored to settlement; other
Steinliurdi of meetiiu frequently (as I have already damaged liesides Martinque.
same at once to Mr. Bliss at New York.
'loth Miss I ji roixand myself waited
sitting at the piano. Sounds of music hinted) at the cottage of old Jacques:
Natives whose kraals were burned by The ]>ostmasters are also directed to re that all the public timber land worth I wise its present status will not be al
Impatiently for news from Freeman in
an 1 singing were again proceeding from we were still waiting for news from burghers, attacked a Boer laager in the port to the postmaster general within taking had passed into private hands,
Loudon. From day to day I expected
it, an I 1 wa« not surprised to see that I King's Cross, and we did not know vicinity of Scheepers Nek May 5, and 10 days any funds collected on this ac
a letter; and day after day, when I met
the original locators. But since then
mam "f those who had lieen diaap-
killed 32 Boers.
count. The president appeals to the
In r either in Jacques's cottage or in pointed by the nightingale stood listen whether the letter was to lie sent to me,
or to Feemun, or to Miss Lacroix.
The United States government has public to contribute generously for the
the little clough lieyond Timperley
Congreu Vote» $200,000 for the Sufferers
ing in silence to the girl.
Ixiuise met me one morning in great dispatched vessels to Martinque to relief of those upon whom this appall land is being eagerly sought by people
Hall, I had to tell her that no letter
When 1 reached my lodgings I took alarm and hurriedly told me the ex- render any assistance possible to the ing calamity has fallen, and asks that anxious to tile on timber tracts.
had come. She quickly liegiin to show out the old fellow's singular little pres
l>ccted letter had come, but addressed stricken inhabitants.
the contributions lie sent in ae^speedily
Washington, May 14.—The volcano
sign« of that Li-art sickne-s, which in
ent. It was the "return" half of a first to Mr. I acroix—that Steinhardt there
calamity in the West Indiea came up
the young is so ready to follow ii|w>n
Further details add only to the ex
class railway ticket from London Bridge fore had opened it, naturally ex;>ecting
The National Red Cross Society has
before the house during the afternoon,
the steady, indefinite postponement of
to Croydon. It was tolerably clean ; it
Wheat — Malla Walla, 65’-g@66c; the District of Columbia measure being
hojie. In mv efforts to encourage her must have been throw n away or dropped, to find it 11 litisiness communication! over the world assistance is being sent also issued an appeal for aid for the
bluestem, 67c; valley, 65c.
laid aside to permit the relief bill to be
1 encouraged myself also to lielieve soon alter it was issued, and picked up He brought it to her, and asked
ta the unfortunates.
Barley — Feed, $20@21; brewing, considered.
that an Oierrilliiig Power wa« holding sisin after it was thrown away. A bus - knew what it meant. She read it;, it
$firstname.lastname@example.org per ton.
The anthracite companies have told
In view of the president’s message
The Number 1 nereis rd.
this mystery in hand for some great pic.... which had liegun to creep upon «11« short, and to this effect: The
Oats—No. 1 white, $email@example.com;gray, urging an appropriation of $500,000
purpose, only to reveal it eventually me when first 1 looked nt it shot up
Pittsburg, May 15.—A careful and
o’clo k express on the evening of March Scranton, I’a., and it looks like a lock
the house committee on appropriation^
with the more force and effect.
systematic search for the dead and in $firstname.lastname@example.org.
with startling suddenness when 1 turned
Flour—Best grades, $email@example.com per unanimously reported a substitute to
One evening when I met her In the it over and read the 'late stamped on the 16th, 1882, had been found ami in out. Both sides are preparing for a jured in the Sheridan honor reveals a
terrogated ; he could nut reirember long struggle.
( the senate relief bi'.l making it $200 -
clough we were Isith start lol mid its edge—“Mar 15 82."
list of 23 dead and 202 injured.
A barrel; graham, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
anione answering to the description of
Miilstuffs — Bran, $ 15@16 per ton; 000, and placing its disposition unde’r
silenced by the clear, full note of a
President Simon Sam, of Hayti, has complete list of the injured may never
I his ticket had been found by the old the missing gentleman, lie might or
middlings, $ 1H@2O; shorts, $17@18; the president of the United States
bird—a liquid “joug.Joug."
be known, as many were able to get chop,
■ Heminway, of Indiana, the acting
"Is it a thrush?" I »aid in a wjtiaper. man in Lacroix lane: had the person might not have traveled by that train,
Admiral Sampson's remains have
1 chairman of the appropriation commit
Mie ligtened breathless, almost pant who had lost or dropped it there been b t it really seemed impossible to as been buried in Arlington cemetery.
identity. A conservative estimate by
the -nine as the person who had bought certain at that distance of time.
ing, w it h joy,
those familiar with the situation places $7.5O(glO; Oregon wild hay, $5@6 per tee, secured unanimous consent for im
mediate , consideration.
Tlie British press demands that the the numbei more or Jess seriously hurt
"Oh," she whispered, at length, "it it in I oiidon’’ If he had, had he been
I imperley? In a won)—
Potatoes—Best Burbanks, 1.5001.65 "e Pa|d, had lieen limited to $200,000
government take action on the steam at not less than 300.
is n nightingale—it is a nightingale
percental; ordinary, $1.25(21.35 per because the committee was informed
■ n lieen Mr. laicroix?
and, p'sir girl, she actually roblicd l’,vl
Few Japanere in America.
l<> to say, until after such
growers prices; sweets. $2.25@ ‘ that large contributions
“How can the dear little bird have got
Former Senator In Mining Deal.
The attorney general of Missouri has
There are comparatively few Japan
a 1 saw little chance of lieing
2.50 per cental; new potatoes, 3@3,Lgc. made by private parties.
so far out of its way as thia dreadlitl ""(
l’ierre, 8. D., May 15.—Ex-Senator
:^rs to ese in the United States. There are but filed proceedings against the beef trust
Butter—Urean erv, lm.i I7'ac; dairy,
The bill was finally passed and went
John M. Thurston, of Nebraska, and 12's(<415c; store, 10(rfl?lec.
e I.a- 100 in Chicago, ami many of them are in his state.
through the senate without division.
After a rapt attention of some
students in various schools. Several
Eggs—I5oi 15'sc for Oregon.
The nomination of II. ('lav Evans ex-Senator W. J. McConnell, of Idaho,
iites to the ravishing song, Isith
Wilhelmina Steadily Improving,
Olli‘6 merchants and foreign representatives as consul general to Ixmdon has been have joined in a mining venture and
Cheese— Full cream, twins, 12.ki
were impelled to go away to tell <>
will operate in New Mexico. They
linee- are here, while from one to a dozen confirmed by the senate.
13c¡YoungAmerica, 13'¡¡©ld.'ge; fac
The Hague, May 14.—The bulletins
of our delight. The path out o
Japanese business men puss though
have incorporated the [San Ygnacoi de tory prices, 1(8 I *4C less.
issued at Castle Loo concerning the
• lough led along the ridge liehind
Chicago every d iv. There is no disposi
The house lias passed the omnibus Bora Mining Company, Ltd., with a
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, $4.50(8 condition of Queen Wilhelmina have
|ierley, past two or three neat
5.00; hens, $ > 00(8 5.50 |ier dozen, been reduced to one a day, and it is ex
housee. From one of these wo
ll’a(a!2e per poind; springs, 11@ pected that they will soon cease alto
insw - to the United States as the < bine e do. Arizona and New Mexico.
surprised, as we approached, to
11 l4c per pound. $3,00(85.00 per doz gether. The marked improvement in
sts nt —Chicago Chronicle.
Profit» of Steel Trust.
It is now estimated that fully 40,000
music and singing of an unusually
en; duck-. $5.00(8(1.00 per dozen; tur her majesty’s condition continues and
quality. It wan just growing da
Wendell Philip«' Warning.
New York, May 15.—Checks aggre- keys, live, 18<2 I 4e, dressed, 15(8 16e |ier the constant attendance of her phygj-
lump shone out from a window,
Wendell Philips onca said that unless St. Pierre, Martinique. The American gating $10,000^)00 were sent out by J. pound; geese. $6.50(87.50 |ier dozen.
eians is^no longer necessary.
which tho blind wan not yet ill
our next step in progress, as a nation, consul and his family are among the Pierpont Morgan Co., in payment of
Mutton—Gross. 4lac per pound;
and we could plainly see a man »
Lord Pauncefott Quite III.
was in a spiritual direction, that boy
the second distribution of profits re sheared, ">■'.) *■; dressed, 7 lae |>er |*ound.
at the piano, and a girl, slight
was now living who would write the
Ilogs—Gross, 6’4c; dressed, 7 ‘s@8c
The attorney general of Washington sulting from the formation of the
May 14.—Lord Paunce-
"mall of figure, standing with her
down fall of the American republic, as has rendered an opinion that Mr. Mc
fote, the British ambassador, continues
mi liis shoulder. She sang in a
Gibbon wrote that of the Boman Bride is still lieutenant governor,^but United States Steel Corporation. The
Veal—6’j(98c for small; 6'a@7c for quite ill here, and his condition is giv
• I'-ar mid sweet an a bird's, a son;
ing the family some concern. He suf-
is invested witli the power of chief ex amount of cash advanced by the syndi large.
much in vogue, called "Ehren <
We are not inquiring for tint Imy ecutive.
Beef—Gross, rews, 4’ac; steers. ers from asthma and stomach and other
Rhine.” As we panned the song <
now, but for one who will ma >« that
5*40; dres-ed, 8(88^4'0 per ;>onnd.
troubles, and owing to hie advanced
quired during the early stages of the
Queen Wilhelmina is convalescent.
and tho player turned; we saw hI
Hops—12*uIS cent“ jier pound.
age, his system fails to respond as read
corporation’s negotiations, and returned
and each exclaimed to the other, '
Wool—Valley, 12(811; Eastern Ore ily to the treatment as was hoped would
Hiitory ol American Citi»«.
*• s I-rank I" So here dwelt the r .
after the first six or seven months.
gon, 8@12e; mohair, 25c per pound.
lie the case.
sion in an Anaconda smelter.
"Von have, then," said I,
"f liis indifference to Ixiuise's beauty
American cities lire built to l>e
• ml sad grace!
Violated Ruin of War.
The British administration in India
|. is not lie essnry, you know, burned. 'Iheir histories read public
Over 2,000 pounds changed hands in
“Oh, what would his father my, if r ,,|H :
May 15.—Great carnage is alarmed by rumors of sedition in Af
Paris, May 14—The airship belong,
he knew!” exclaimed Louise, in alarm II,al you smuild live in London to fol library, handsome churches, blocks of lietting upon a game of piug pong in was wrought at Canipano, the Vene ghanistan.
ing to Senor Auguste Sevres, the BrazH-
"I don’t think wo'll tell him," low up inquiries-"
stores, now cou thouse, first clnas Ixmdon recently.
zuelan seaport town which was at
inn aeronaut, made an ascension dur
All the flour consumed by the 11,- ing the morning. The airship exploded
Athens expects to be visited by more tacked, says the Port of Spain, Trini
hotels; destroyed by fire; lots, mil
1 was that, night more cheerful and three girls living in Ixmdon who were lions.
than ¡10,000 tourists, chiefly English dad, correspondent of the Herald, by 000,000 people in Siam comes from the and killed Sevrosand another aeronaut.
hopeful than I had been since my com at school with mo in Croydon, but I
and American, during the present land and sea, May (1, by government United States.
Senor Sevres arrived in Paris with a
ing to Timperley. I wan not addicted think I could not ask them."
Migl. Price lor a ’Calio.
troops and gunlmats, without 24 hours'
Swans on the Thames at Eton and Hying machine last November.
*o writing letters to the newapa|M>rs,
A record price for a Strndixariua
Sixty-two miles an hour is to be the notire having been given, so that non- Windsor are living fed from the local then announced his intention to sail
•mt tl.e presence in that district of the wns afraid I showed my emotion in my ’celIo ia reported fr"in Fo lin.
It is average speed maintained by a new combatants could leave the town. For boat rafts, as the birds are unable, across and around Paris. Hie last
little bird of song, that usually sug- lo<ik and tone. I quickly urged another stated that I’intti’s ’,e Io by Stradiva-
train to run on the English service, be eigners are without assistance from owing to the severity of the weather, to balloon is described as carrying a car
R®sted soft, clear skies mid scented
rius has been bought for $20,000 by a tween Paris and Calais. The journey their governments. Many women and obtain a sufficiency of food for them shaped like a long parallelogram, drawn
moves, was so extraordinary, and
up directly beneath the balloon.
children were killed.
bunker, who in a grnnd-i ephew of Men will only occupy three hours.
■oemed to me so delightful, that I sat might not your old school mistress take delseohn.
*mwu and wrote a letter concerning the
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