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EVENTS OF THE DAY
THE NEW TAX LAW.
County Court fie» Net Now Any Jurisdiction
FROM THE FOUR QUARTERS OF
no . an.
FALLH, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST Ul, 1902.
MEWS OF THE STATE
BRIDGE THE COLUMBIA.
AN EXTRA SESSION
Northern Pacific Will Abaadea Big Ferry st
to Extend Time lor Payment.
Salem, Ot., Aug. 15.—Under the ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM ALL
new law for tlie collection of delinquent
PARTS OF OREGON.
taxes, unpaid taxes liecoine delinquent
after the first Monday in October. The
county courts have absolutely no juris- Commercial and financial Happening, of Im.
diction in the premises and do not have
portance- A Brief Review O< the Growth
tlie right to extend for a day ths time
Improvement, of the Many Industries
for tlie collection of any such delin
Throughout Our thriving Conunonwealth
quent taxes. Under the old law they
became delinquent Hfter April 1, but
—Latest Market Report.
the county court had the authority to
make such extension of the time in
which to make the collections as was
Dalias is to have a stave mill,
lieemed projier. But under the new law
is in the lead for securing
the taxes will absolutely become delin
the next reunion of the Army of the
quent afler.tbe first Monday in Octo
, Pliilippines in 1903.
Section 14 of tlie law now in opera- 1
The jxistofficeat Riverdale, Tillamook
lion prescribes the times of payment, county, lias been discontinued, the
tlie amount of |iena!ly and interest for mail being sent to Tillamook.
State Treasurer Moore has received
Hetrtion 19 of tlie same act treats from Manter Fish Warden Van Dusen
with tlie delinquent roll and prescribes I
when and in wiiat manner it shall be* «2,1)95.60, the amount ot fish licenses
collectol during July.
It ia as follows:
W. Fitzgerald, alias Kramer, was
If uny of the taxes mentioned in tlie
roll shall remain unpaid, and the sher liefore the justice court at Oregon City,
He was bound
iff shall lie unable Ui collect the same, charged with forgery.
lie shall immediately after the first over to the circuit court.
Monday of Octotwr extend the amount
The funeral of John Reiling was held
-------- City »
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of tlie tax on each several parcel of real 1.»
“T*, “J1"'! ,1'<’ J*"?’11"1
of ti”’ Spanish war and a
erty assured to each individual, in a member of the Third regi jient, O. N G.
column provided for such 'purpose on j
Tlie Columbia Packing Company’s
tlie tax rol), beadeil delinquent, and
shall return such roll, together with a ,
“ the 1 “lle" **'' blown 0|*n Mon'
statement compiled therefrom, and en-1' day
n,Kht’ . The
¿be robbers secured a «5
tereu thereon showing the total amount gold jdeie of the data of 1834 and about
of double asmiasmenta, and other errors, «6 in change.
Kalama • Soon aa Possible.
PRESIDENT TO CONVENE U. 8
COULD SEIZE MINES.
Marita DsipMa Suggest* a Meaae ef Eadtag
ths Btg Cool Strike.
RESIGNS HIS PLACE
SUPREME COURT JUSTICE LAYS
New York, Aug. 13. — President
ASIDE MIS ROSES.
Roosevelt has in bis bands, according
to the World, a plan submitted by
Martin Dolphin, ex- president of the
International Order of Railway and
Commercial Telegraphers, by which
Mr. Dolphin thinks the strike in the
rocity Treaty Between United States and
eaid President Mellen, in response to a
anthracite coal fields could be ended.
Republic ol Cuba.
President Roosevelt referred the prop
question on that subject. "There will
Plague has lieen officially proclaimed
not only be tlie bridge across the Co
osition to the attorney general’s de
Oyster Bay, Aug. 13.— President
Washington, Aug 14.—Advices re
hi exist at Oilnr-a, Russia.
lumbia river, but also one across the
partment, and it is now being consid Roosevelt has announced the appoint
Tlie cruiser Cincinnati has iwiled for
Willamette, to give us a proper Wntiance
ered by H. M. Hoyt, acting attorney ment of Oliver Wenduli Holmes, chief
Barcelona, Venezuela, to protect Amer
to Portland, It will also be necessary Roosevelt will call the senate in extra general.
justice of the supreme court of Maasa-
to tunnel through the backbone of the ordinary session early in November.
This plan is to have the government ' chusetta, to be an associate justice ot
peninsula between the two rivers. Our Ever since it became evident that noth exercise the right of eminent domain the United States, rice Justice Gray,
Edwin H. Minor has lewin nominate«]
surveys have juet been completed and
end seize a certain number of mines 1 resigned.
by Republicans of the Ninth Wiauiu-
ing would lie accomplished as to reci
we are going ahead carefully with the
and operate them for the purpose of
The resignation of Justic Gray was
ain district for «xingroee.
other arrangements. It will take about procity with Cuba at the recent session taking out all the bard coal required due to ill health. Several months ago
The tug Jacob Kuper, while coming
«3,000,000 to bring o’lr trains into of congress, rumors of a more or leea by the government for its various build ho suffered a stroke of apoplexy, which
down th« laty near Ht. Georg«, Staten
Portland from Vancouver, and we will definite nature .have been in circulation ings, on the ships of the navy depart sometime later was followed by an-
Island, blew up and five of the crew
not undertake such a large work with that the president would call an extra ment and ' foi all other governmental «thor. Ho has not appeared on the
out the most careful consideration. We
»«re killed or drowned.
purposes. The right of the govern bench sines ha waa stricken the first
cannot bridge tlie Willamette river until session either of the entire congress to ment to intervene in a strike which timo.
His advanced age, 74 years,
Green ami Gaynor, fighting extra-
congress gives the right to do so. But enact Cuban reciprocity legislation, or interferes in any way with govern told against his recovery with serious
dition from Canada since last May,
the Columbia bridge need not wait for
mental functions was proved,
Mr. force. Realizing that be probably would
have In-en released by Judge Caron of
that, and its construction will go for- reciprocity treaty with Cuba.
Dolphin contends, by President Cleve never be able to again assume the
ward at once.
Tliey were wanted in Ibis
land’s action in the Chicago strike of place which he so long filled with dis
been prepared. It only requires the
1893, when he ordered ont united tinguished ability and honor, be de
country for iriegularities iu connection
finishing touches and the signatuiee of
with government contracts.
States troops to keep the strikers , cided a short time ago to tender hie
Minister Quesada and Secretary of
from interfering with the transporta resignation to the president. With the
General Jacob H. Hmltn, recently
State Hay to make it ready lor presen
1 exception of Justice Harlan he had
Chicago Police Make a Roundup After Two tation to the senate. The president, it tion of the United States mails.
retired by President
In the present case the intervention 1 served upon the bench of the United
seriously ill at
of Them Have Been Killed.
is said, hopes to have the reciprocity
he advocates, Mr. Dolphin says, would States Supreme Court longer than any
The doctors call it nervous iv-llapee,
Chicago, Aug. 14.—Policemen Tim question cleared away entirely before also break the backbone of the strike 1 of bia colleagues. He was sppointed
ami attribute it to strain of Hamar
othy Devine and Charlee Pennell were the regular session of congress
by forcing the operators to resume | by President Arthur in 1881, his service
campaign ami subsequent worry and
shot and killed at daylight thia morn
work in all the mines.
extending, therefore, through a period
ing by two burglara whom they caught
of 21 years.
Eight thousand cut-throat trout have
in the act of robbing the house of Dr.
The transport Mamie ban nailed from
Judge Holmes, whom the president
Suliaeqiieiit sections of the act pro been placed in tbe bead waters of the
8HEEP HERDER8 KILLED.
Manila for ’Frisco with the Fifteenth vide that after the examination by the Milk and (Tear creeks.
has selected as Justice Gray’s successor,
licemen detected them at work in the
is one of the most distinguished law
county clerk of the roll, and when tbe came from Reno, Nev., and reach a
Attacked Town ef Battle, Wyomiag, in Retal
rear of the house.
When the robbers
yers and jurists of Massachusetts. Hie
Portsmouth, O., Aug. 14. — Judge
The North American Trading ami proper credits have lieen mrde for er remarkably large size, one having lieen took alarm they rushed for a back fence
iation for Slaughter ef Sheep.
career on the bench, particularly aa
Transportation Coni|>any'a warehouse rors, etc , then the roll shall tie re- caught iu tlie Truckee weighing 30 only to meet a volley from the officers’ James Bannon, brother-in-law and at
Wyo., Aug. 13.—A crowd of chief justice of the
at Fort Cudahy han been entirely des
revolvers. Their bullets failed to find torney of General Smith, made the
commanding him to aell the propi-rty
Mexican aheepherders attempted to take rourt, has attracted wide attention.
troyed by tire.
following statement regarding General
Dr. Clarence Crane, who has lieen
Like Justice Gray, he ia a native ot
u|sui which tlie tax waa levied.
the policemen they fired point blank. Smith's retirement by President Roose the town of Battle, with the result that Massachusetts. He is a eon and name
Canadian Pacific directors have de
K«> it will tie seen that tbe county appointed to tbe ini|Hiitant position of
Both officers fell, Devine dying instant velt:
two of the members were killed. Sev sake of the late Dr. Holmes, the poet.
clared a semi-annual dividend of 2 per court has no voice in the matter.
The superintendent of the Burrage Hospital,
cent on prefern-d stock and 24 |*r time when the uiifiaid taxes lieamie on Bunkin Island, in Boston harbor, ly, while Pennell lingered half an hour.
eral made their escape into the woods,
"The sentence of the court-martial
The robbers made good their escape
cent on common.
Justice Gray was born in 'Boston in
delinquent, aa well as the time of their was born in Salem, Or., in 1872, and is A general roundup waa made by the was that General Smith be admonished one man being shot in the leg. One
citizen was bit on the - heel -and Miss 1828; graduated from Harvard Univer
An attempt waa made to assassinate collection now being regulated entirely
sity, 1845; graduated J from Harvard
McCully, one of the sturdy pioneers of police, who have 80 suspects under ar
Prince Oliollnakl, govervnor of the by statute, and there will lie no ex-
President Roosevelt seems to have Estell Senders, a resident, was severe
Law 8chool, 1849; admitted to Massa
tbe Pacific Coast.
province of Kharkow, Russia. He was
chusetts bar, 1851; reporter Massachu
Seventy-five tons ot hay was burned HEBREW8 TO OWN JERUSALEM. manded. I have said it once, but be
setts supreme court, 1864-1873; chief
fore I am through I will repeat many the town is armed, fearing the Mexicans
LABOR DAY IN OREGON.
near Gaston Sunday.
justice Massachusetts supreme court,
The steamer Miowera, just arrived at
president has no legal will swoop down on the town, as there
1873-1882; associate justice of United
Victoria, B. U., from Australia, brings
Two hundred and forty Salem people Scicceu ef Dr. Herzl'» Missies Now Said to right to increase
‘---------- > the sentence of the are scores of them in this vicinity.
States supreme court, 1881*1902.
re|K>rta of a terrible drouth. Millions Governor Geer Issue* * Proclamation lor It» went to Newport Sunday on the South-
Be Practically Assured.
I have advised the The attack was in retaliation for the
of sheep have died.
ern Pacific's trial excursion, Other
New York, Aug. 14.—Zionists of this general and will continue to advise slaughter of 6,000 sheep by the towns
TERMS FOR CABLE.
Sir Joseph Dimmiale has presented
Salem, Or., Aug. 15.—Governor Geer valley towns sent good quotas.
city have just observed the anniversary him to go into the contest with heart people, who had ordered the sheepmen
Under such circumstances
to King Edward «575,000, the corona ha< iaaiied the first Ijibor day proclam-
of the destruction of the City of Jerusa api soul.
The Baker City council has called
tion gift <■( the City of Ixindon towards ation in tlie history of Oregon. It
lem. Addresses were made on the Zion his army friends can do no l<__ I, for reserved for the cattlemen.
for bids to furnish and maintain 40 arc
the King's hospital fund.
ist movement, the principal one being they are more vitally interested than
EARTHQUAKE AT 8KAGWAY.
Manv of them are now impor
Oyster Bay, Aug. 13. —President
"'Bbereas, The Legislature of Oregon street lights for one year from Novem- giveei by3. D*H .«i, the English He tM.
For international Mining Congress to
lier 1. The contract will be let Sep
Roosevelt has made public the condi
has set apart tne first Monday in Sep
brew, secretary of the Federation ol the tuning him to begin action at once.
be haM st Butte Sept. 1-6 s rate from
tember of each year as a legal holiday
American Zionists, and member of the
Chimney* Tumbled, Window» Broken, Lynn tions under which he will approve of
all pointa In the Pacific Northwest of
the plan to lay a submarine cable in
CONFIDENT THEY WILL WIN.
to tie known a* Labor day;
Canal Rosa Five Feet
The growers of Bartlett pears in Supreme council of the order. He said
one fare plus «2 has lieen made.
the Pacific to connect »he United States
"Therefore J, T. T. Geer, governor of Southern Oregon will this week begin that the success of Di. Herzl’s mission
Seattle, Aug. 12.—A 8)«cial to the with its Pacific Oriental possessions.
Al the filial session of the meeting of said state, do hereby recommend that packing and shipping fruit. Sixty car was practically assured, and the diffi Mitchell Says He Believe* Miners Have the
Times from Skagway, Alaska, says: The principal requirements are:
premiere held in the all places of business ol whatsoever loads will 1« shipped Io Eastern mar culties in the negotiations with the
B*»t ol the Contest.
The government businese shall have
office of Colonial Secretary Chamber kind, as far aa |M>ssib)e, lie clored on kets during the season.
sultan, newa of which waa recently] re
Yesterday a most severe earthquake
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Aug. 14.—Presi
lain it was decided to act on the princi Monday, Septemlier 1, 11*02, and that
ceived, concerned diplomatic features
Judge Boise of the supreme court has of the desired concession to the He dent Mitchell states he has received
The United States shall at all times
ple of Imperial preferential trade wbel- the day tie devoted to an observance of
shock was 50 seconds long, rattling have the right to purchase. the caDle
such exercises aa may contibute to a rendered a decision that building and brews, and were not because of finan information from Pittsburg that the
strike of coal miners along the West things up generally. Several large plate lines, property and effects at an ap
twtter undestanding between lalior and loan companies in Oregon cannot col cial questions.
The Philadelphia Times and I i.blic
Pennsylvania railroad is about to be glass windows were broken. Chimneys praised value.
lect a combined interest ami premium
edger have combined!
settled, and that the men will be back in the northern part of the city were
HOT TIMES IN 8IGHT.
The government shall have authority
modern industrial development, and it charge to exceed t> per cent
to work in a short time. Ho said it tumbled down. The water in Lynn to assume full control of the cable
Typographical ia especially urged that employers co
Fire completely destroyed the O. R.
waa gratifying to him to know that all canal rose five feet very suddenly, then when at war or when war is threatened.
Union is in seeaion at Cincinnati this operate with their employes in a mutual
Sprtckeli, Leak end Gage All Under Arrest on
A N. stockyards at The Dalles Monday.
such strikes were being setted. These subsided as quickly. A report from
All contracts entered into by said ca
observance of the day in such manner
Charges ot Libel.
The origin was parks from an east-
would enable the miners’ union to con Juneau this morning says the little ble company with foreign governments
Tlie Is-ad ami Zinc Newa of Ht. Louis as will fittingly recognize the reliance bound passenger train. Several sheep
San Francisco, Aug. 14.—Spreckels centrate all its strength in the anthra fleet there waa pitched around and sev for the transmission of messages shall
says a merger of white lead companies which each must place u|>on the other and 60 head of hogs perished.
and Leak, of the Call, were arrested cite region and the West Virginia strike eral capsized. The first long shock was be null and void when the United
capitalized at «50,000,000 ia being liefore the bc*st results from both may
during the afternoon for libel on a region. Mr. Mitchell said be was con followed by a lighter one.
States is engaged in war.
warrant sworn to by Governor Gage. fident that the Pennsylvania hard coal
The operators and employes of said
Yesterday evening at 7 o'clock an
"in testimony whereof I have here a shipper ia bound by his agreement They were immediately released on
miners were geing to win.
other light shock was felt.
company above the grade of laborer,
After three days of fighting at Barce unto set my hand and caused the great' that property shipped is of a specified
after said cable shall have been laid,
lona, Venezuela, President Caatro'a men sea) of the state to la* affixed thereto.
value, and cannot disregard the agree
BIG 8EA OTTER.
shall be exclusively American citixens.
were l>eaten, losing 60 men and Gen
FIFTEEN WERE KILLED.
Done at the Capitol, in the City of ment and bring action for damages at Los Angeles, Aug. 14—Governor Gage
The company shall agree to main
eral Bravo, their commander.
Salem, this 13th day of August, 1902. common law.
has been arrested here for libel on th» -
tain an effective speed of transmission
Animal Bearing Fur Worth «500 Killed by •
Railroad Wreck la Iowa Wore* Than at Ftrst
Mrs. Elizabeth Young, ,the oldest
over the main cable route from Califor
A. T. Keller, a prominent lumber leased on bail. Detective Gibbons, who
actress on the American stage, died
nia to Luaon of not less than 26 words
man who has just returned from the served the wsrrant, later served a writ
Sunday at the Actress Fund Home, on
Marshalltown, Ia., Aug. 11.—It is per minute.
East prophecies that Oregon will have of habeas corpus returnable tomorrow.
Staten Island, aged 92 years.
now known that 16 persons were killed
2 000,000 population by 1910. He says The governor argued before Judge Shaw
Beach last week that breaks the record.
King Edward’s coronation was cele- Outpost Attacked and Two American Soldiers a great rush of Eastern settlers is just that the governor of the state could Nearly all the Indians from the Quin in the freight wreck on the Milwaukee
biated by 41 American gunboats at
not be arrested, but the contention «M iault reservation are out on the beach
jured two or three cannot recover. It Flrmiaitcs Declare Cap* Haytiea a Closed Port
Caveito on Saturday.
Manila, Aug. 15.—A small party of
hunting sea otter, and one of them has
The little folks will lie delighted disellowed.
is thought that more bodies may be
—McCrea Get* InstractieM.
ship and fired a salute of 21 guns.
Moros surprised an out|>ost of the I with the dog and pony show at the Port
succeeded in killing a fine one which
found, as the wrekage has not yet been
Cable Terminus Not Satisfactory.
measured eignt feet and two inches in
Port au Prince, Aug. 13.—The gun
The seventeenth annual session of
land Elks’ carnival. It is one of the
New, York, Aug. 14.—George W. length. This is one of the largest ever entirely cleared away.
boat Crete-Pierrot, which ia in the
the Oregon Press Association convenes Vickers. Sergeant Foley and Private features of the Jabour Oriental Circus
Firminite service, gave notice yester
at Newport, Or., Thursday evening, Carey were killed, and Private Van- Carnival aggregation which furnishes Clipperton, manager of the Commercial killed on this coast, and will probably
PREMIUM LIST IS OUT.
The the principal part of the amusement Cable company, says, according to the bring the lucky native «500.
day of the blockade of Cape Haytien.
Aug. 14, and continues until Aug. 17. «lorn was severely wounded.
Times, that the company is not satis
Moroe, who numliered only a dozen,
The foreign consuls here and Com
In the sedition ease of the Manila were armed with spears and swords. features of the carnival.
The premium list of the Oregon mander McCrea, of the United 8tates
fied with the conditions imposed in the
CHOLERA IN JAPAN.
Freedom, Judge Ambler has denier! its The morning wan foggy.
State Fair is now out and is being dis gunboat Machias, protested against
memorandum made public a few days
editor* a jury trial, saying that in their ing party crawled to within a few feet
tributed among the farmers and breed this action.
Soldiers have gone out
Dreaded Plague Appears ia Several Citi«* ef
case tlie Constitution of the United of the sentinels and then sprang upon
ers throughout the state.
It carries from here, and a battle in a few days
the laying of the cable between San
the Flowery Kingdom.
|10,000 in cash premiums on livestock ia believed to be inevitable.
States does not apply.
The entire outpost Wheat—Walla Walla, 60@61c for new Francisco and the Philipines and Chi
V’ictoria, B. C., Aug. 14.—According and agricultural products. Every farm feeling against foreigners has increased.
The Philippine Catholic church has rushed to the relief of the sentinelst crop; 63964c for old; valley, 66c; na, and adds that a reply to the presi
dent’s tei ms will be made in a few to advices received here from the er and breeder in the state ia invited to
been organizeil in defection from the but they were too lute, and the Moroe bluestem, 63c.
Mr. Clipperton was not pre Orient, the epidemic of cholera has bring something to the State Fair this
Washington, Aug. 18.—Commander
Church of Rome. Governor Taft, Ag- encajied, although jsissibly a few were
Barley—Feed, 318.00 per ton.
say what the company’s reply Bpread from Manila and the porta of year and help swell the big exhibit McCrea, of the gtinhoat Machias, today
uinaldo and Departo de Tarvo, a mem wounded.
Flour—Best grades, «3,0593.60 pet would be, but intimated that it would China to Japan. Up to the middle of that ia already promised. The South cabled the navy department that a de
The American sentinel! were terribly
ber of the Philippine commission, are
barrel; graham, «email@example.com.
be iu the nature of a counter proposi July cases and deaths to the number ern Pacific company haula all exhib facto blockade had been established by
cut with the swords and spears. The
of 231 and 142 had occurred, the its to and from the fair free of charge, the insurgents at Cape Haytien. The
Millstuffs — Bran, «16916 per ton; tion.
attacking Moros were all from Bacolod,
Irish Iaul won the great sporting
which enables everyone to send some M ichias is at her anchorage.
largest number being at Pukir ka.
and the occurrence will probably result middlings,
thing to help the good cause along.
sweepstakes at Saratoga.
Acting Secretary of the Navy Darling
in a move against the town, which
BAD FORE8T FIRE8.
London, Aug. 14.—The trustees of the
sent the following reply to Commander
Oats—No.l white, «1.0091.06;gray,
Senator McMillin of Miohigan is ■ strong fort and other defenses.
Raise Bulb* on Sound.
"If the blockade is not
will of Cecil Rhodes have appointed
dead. He had been in congress since
Everett, Wash., Aug. 13."— George effective, Cuban, American and un
Two Washington Mill* Destroyed and Another
Seattle Maa Mortally Wounded.
Hay — Timothy, «12913; clover,
Gibbs, of Whatcom, says that from protected innocent neutral vessels shall
Manila, Aug. 15.—Constabulary In «7.50910; Oregon wild hay, «596 per per Canada College, Toronto, to prepare
A tornado in Steams county, Minn.,
experiments he has demonstrated that be protected in their international
a plan for the allotment of the scholar
specter William Schemerhorn, u
Saturday evening «fid »«ch damage to
ships provided for in the will. The destroyed the Dennis shingle mill at the bulbs of hyacinths, tulip, iris, nar rights. Can send you collier from Han
home was in Seattle, was mortally
Potatoes — Best Burbanks, 75986c
farm buildings and crops.
wounded in a recent fight with Ladrones percental; ordinary, 60c per cental, Times editoi tally says the trustees are Montesano, the Blair mill at Arlington, cissus and jonquils can be raised in Jnan if necessary.’*
Western Washington as successfully aa
to be congratulated upon the selection
General Oorbin is authority for the at Iligan, Mindanao.
sweets, «2.0002.25 of Mr. Parkin, and that they could and is raging about the Connell mill at in Holland. At no other point in the
B. P. 0. E. Day at Portland,
statement that Pacific «*•* . •’’“F
Lumbermen are fighting the
; new potatoes, 5i)9«0e for hardly have found an interpreter of Mr. Elma.
United States has it been demonstrated
Great Barb-Wlr* Phon* Syitem
headquarters will not be moved from
4 will be Elks’ day at
Oregon; «1.00 for California.
that this can be done.
This may per
Rhodes’ intentions better qualified
Pendleton, Or., Aug. 15.—Pendleton
the Portland carnival. Lodges of ths
than is Mr. Parkin to put them into
To Cross ia Five Days
B. P. O. E. will be prseent from all
The San Francisco police commissi«» la now connected tor the first time 17918c; store, 179174c.
hibit at the St. Louis fair.
Stettin, Germany, Aug. 14.—The new
parts of the state aqd aeveial adjoining
has decided to enforce its order of July with a large part of the county by baib-
wire telephone lines. Helix, Echo and
liner, Kaiser Wilhelm de Sweite, the
states, also Texas arid Colorado. Prizes
29, reqniring saloonkeepers to remove
the Birch Creek region have had these
Cheese—Full cream, twins, 124
largest vessel in the world, which ia
amounting to «2,500 will be distribut
their slot machines paying cash prizes.
Creston, Wash., Aug. 14.—The big- ed among the drill teams that will com
London, Aug. 13.—King Edward has 707 feet long, was launched here this
lines for some time, but Pendleton was 913c;YoungAmerica, 1349144c; fac
A syndicate of Americans, led by T. not connected until recently, when tory prices, 19 1 4c less.
signalled his ebronation in a memor morning. The emfieror witnessed the gent gang of stock rustlers, with the pete. An elaborate turn-out of the bro
R Hoard, ot Nebraska, wealthy cattle- Senator-elect Charles J. Rmith and E.
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, «3.009 able manner by the munificent gift to ceremony. The new vessel will have a best organization, and the most syste therhood, with novel floats and strik
man, will establish the first bonanza E. Smith of this city, made connections 4.50; hens, «44095.50 per dosen, the Nation of Osborne House, one of speed of 25 knots, and is to cross the At matic mode of operation since the days ingly beautiful effects will be seen.
wheat farm in Canada, between Craik with their ranches in the Juniper pre 11911,4c per pound; springs, 119 the favorite residences of the late lantic in five days.
of the celebrated horse and cattle
thieves of Wyoming and Southern
and Davidson. Forty thousand acres cinct, 20 miles distant. The cost of con 114c per pound, «2.5094.06 per dos- Queen Victoria. In his announcement
Geaerals W Be Oa Naw Ceuacil.
Montana, ia now operating in the Okan
Silvtr Mln*» Ar* Lot lag Orden.
nection is not more than «3 a mile, and •n; ducks, «2.5093.00 per dosen; tur the king hopes it may be devoted to
have been purchased.
Brussels, Aug. 14—It is officially an
keys, live, 13914c, dressed, 15910c per national purposes and converted into a
Mexico City, Atig. 14.—Owing to the ogan country of Northern Washington, nounced that Generals Botha end Dela-
The house of commons has adjourned the service ia excellent.
_ , who
convalescence home for officers of the depreciation of silver and the high pre and is causing endless annoyance to . rey,
pound; geese, «4.0096.00 per dosen.
with General ___
to Oct. 16.
Mutton—Grose, 2493c per pound; army and navy whose health has been mium on gold, various large contracts the stockmen of that wild, unsettled expected
New Machinery Treat
impaired in rendering service to their for silver are held back and some have country.
An advance in Erie jtocka haa been
Africa next Saturday.
They will be
Trenton, N. J., Aug. 14.— The inter- dressed, 6c par pound.
caused by rumors of J. J. Hill • con national Harvester company, with an
Hoge—Gross, 64c; dressed, 7974c country.
lieen declared off.
appointed members of the new Trane-
The Oregon State Fair this year vaal executive council.
nection with the road.
authorized capital of «120,000,000, has par pound.
Baa On Americaa LanL
Those who wish to take their fami promises to be one of the greatest in
Veal—798c per pound.
N. C. Hopper , the Chicago amateur been incorporated here. The company
Berlin, Aug. 14.—A recent Prussian lies and spend a week at the state fair dustrial expositions and livestock shows
Beef—Gross, oowe, 3934c; steers.
"Seo" Tracks at StswMrc*.
rider, lowered the worlds half-wile
army order forbids the use of American will find one of the finest camp grounds ever held on the coast, The fair has
ing machines of all kinds. It Is under- 84944c; dressed, 798c per pound.
amateur bicycle record, «»P»«**'. on
on the coast, absolutely free. Any in- been good the past two years, but it, "Soo" railroad crossed the
Hops— 16917c; new crop 17918c.
the Salt Palace saucer track, covering stood that among the concerns interest
Ore- hams must be bought from domestic foi mation regarding the fair by the sec will be better this year, Don’t fail to cific railroad south of tl
ed in the syndicate is the McCormick
the distance in 0:53 2-5. The previous Reaper and Mower concern ot Chicago, gon, ««144c: mohaii. 25«26c ponnd. slaughter houses.
retary at Portland.
night, and readied
record was 0:58.
Portland, Aug. 14.—President Mel-
8ENATE IN NOVEMBER.
len ot the Northern Pacific arrived in
Portland on a special train from Puget
Hound about 8 a. m. leaving again at At Least Such I* th* Tenor of Recast Advices
4 in the afternoon.
Received in Washington— Purpose WHI Be
“We are going ahead with our plans
the Ratificatwa, II PoMihle. el a Recip
to get from]Vaocouver into Portland,"