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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 28, 1902,
EVENTS OF THE DAY
must keep office hours .
FROM THE FOUR QUARTERS OF
L»»4 Dsctoioa of Importaaca R«nd«r«d by
NEWS OF THE STATE
Stcritary of Interior.
lias lieuii reeuiv«d from Washington
Unit the »<•< r.'tsry of th«, interior has
revcrsr'il the «'onuuiusioner's decision
111 th.- <aso of Robert J. Mn|e VM. j„hl|
W . Bradbury.
I his is th« cuihi in which it was al-
l«'g««l that Mr. |:_
llrud bury made and
IH««I u timlsT und atone entry r hi
I'sal I uik I office utter the -----
hour of clos-
mg on th«' 1 Kill flay of last January,
which was Saturday. Monday morn-
ing H, J. .Mri-urlund offered scrip ap
plication (or the same land embraced
III Brudliury's entry; tho register of
the hs iil |und oflice r«jei te«l the scrip
*" conflict with
this »«•thl M~F.*rtatrr.ltU?„
to tlm commirHi.aier, and hl.«| affidavit»
that Bradbury’** application wmh re®
chived niter oillctj hours.
1 he commissioner sustained the ac
tion of the register.
ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM ALL
Convention Whoie Obfeál Í»
to Help th» Wut
A»»«mblei at St Paul.
BIG KUSH FOR LAND
PUNISH THE M0B08
Burden» ol th* Steel Tru»t Minegement Too
TALK OF RAILROAD FOR COO8
Much for HI* Health.
8t. Paul, Aug. 21.—The Trans-Missis-
Pittsburg, Aug. 20.—A Loretto dis
BAY CAU8E8 ACTIVITY.
sippi Commmercial congress is now in
patch confirms the rejs.rt that Schwab
will retire from the steel corporation
session here. President John Henry
A Comprehenalve Review of the Important
Commercial and Fl noactol Happening» of Im Smith of Salt Itake City, called the State Dupo»«» of Practically All Iti Holding» and all active business to recruit his Chaffee A»ka Permbdow to Beg* an Active
health. None but members of tiie fam
Happening» of the Put Week, Pretented
There are repre
portance—A Brief Review of the Growth convention to order.
Campaign Again»» Them, and to Told te
of School Section» In That Vicinity, a» ily are allowed to talk with him.
In a Condeneed Form. Which 1» Moat
and Improvement» of the Many laduatrlea sentatives present from
U m Hi» Own Judgment — Native Police
Well a* Many Tract» In Other Parte of
likely to Prove of Internet to Our Many
Pittsburg, Aug. 20.—The reported
Throughout Our Thriving Commonwealth Western section of the country.
and Ladronet Have a Lively Fight in the
the Stale—Proposed Fortit Reserve Will early retirement of Schwab from the
outlining the work of tlm congress for
—Lste»t Market Report.
Outokirti of Manila.
Make a Market.
presidency of the steel corporation can
the preM'iit session Presient .-initli sai l:
not be confirmed here, but it is accept
“The object of the Trans-Mississippi
Nina men were killed at Wilmington,
— The Jioros in
Salem, Or., Aug. 21.—The eager ed as a fact. Carnegie officials know
Hillsboro is to have it public fruit Congress is to crystalize the opinions
nothing of it, but Schwab is known to
Itel., by * l'ull‘ n|UI explosion.
matters of nutional legislation and to
The itntbracite coal mine O|wrat<na
A |26,OOO hotel and huthhouses are bring them before congress in such a investment in property that promises to said to tie mental rather than physical upon the outposts and padk-trains of
dsclar« they will not give in or make
to be erected at once at Hot latke.
way as to effect the greatest good. Fo advance in value is shown by the sales in nature.
the American column at Lake Lanaq,
which is under the command of Cap
Fire at Pendleton, which stiartisl in far as 1 know there is no particular of state school lands Jn Coos county
Five non unio'i workmen were shot
William iitohey’n paint shop, did dam topic for discussion, other than what which have followed the announcement
tain Pershing of the Fifteenth cavalry.
from ambush at H< rantoli, Pa. No
may be brought up in individual dele that a railroad will ire built to Coos
age to the amount of *3,000.
one wu» fatally hurt.
The Americans have successfully re
Immediately after the report Three Important Decision» Handed Down by
the Moro attacks and have
Secretary of the Treasury Rhaw, In
“An effort will be made to bring was published showing that the rail
State Supreme Court
joint at Salem and captured two men about at this session a consideration of
a »|«s*<'h at Morrisville, \ t., ullcg**«!
and tho proprietor. All were fined.
Salem, Or., Aug. 20. — In opinions
the difficulties of the West. There is there was a rush for cheap land in that
tliut he wus not opposed to tariff revis
just rendered, the state supreme couit
ion ill iiKsleratlon.
Fred Reese, an 18 year old hoy, has now a mining congress, a livestock con vicinity.
Within a few «lays every holds:
CommiiHontr 1» Reverted.
been arrested at Salem. He is charged gress, an irrigation congress, a good acre of vacant sehool land within 35
Judge Jackson of Paikersburg, W.
Under the charter of the City of Moros to be necessary and asks per
An afqual was taken to the secretary with stealing some clothing in Uma roads congress, all operating in har miles and more of Coos Bay had been
Vs., ba» released John I. thdir of of th«* interior, who
Pendleton authorizing the city council, mission to move against Bacolod and
mony, but separately. The idea that purchase«l.
reverses tilla county.
Some of the land may
Culuisdo, the last of the miners serving the «"uniiissi.,i,(.r ,„„1 now
|1()1(1m U)b1 1||tt
better lenults could l«e obtaine«! from a 1 prove to be of no value as a means of with the consent of the mayor, to elect other strongholds of the hostile Mo
ionici»** for contempt of court.
The Willamette Valley Land Co. concentration of these, is beooming
and remove the city recorder, the hammedans. There are about 2,000
"g'neral circular of July 11, 1899
income, but in the desire to get what
Japan will not claim the Midway < P»ge 238) under the lieud ot registers has shipped a large box of grasses, more and more widespread, and it will there was of value men t xjk all there mayor has a right to cast the deciding American soldiers in Mindanao avail
able for the desired aggressive move
island», but will turn them over to the and r«'c.-iv«r», directs that:
‘They grains mid fruits hi be exhibited at the receive careful consideration at the was to be had. The land cost them vote in ease of a tie.
Nebraska state fair.
Under the by-laws of the order of ment.
It is believed this number is
present session. “
I'niivl States. <he disclaim» any in will I». in atti-ndaiice at their offices,
but * 1.25 per acre, so the loss could
Addresses of welcome were made by i not tie great in any event. Buying hae Modern Woodmen of America, requir sufficient to defeat the Moros, although
The federal authorities promise to
terest further than the protection of kisqdirg th,, han,,, ojam for th«* transac
tion of husinesH iroin !i u. in. till 4 p. rn. lend all assistance possible to break Mayor Smith and Governor Van Rant also been active in Curry county, and ing the payment of ftO cents as a fee it would possibly be necessary to
for changing the name of the benefici
applicatimi» lor entry cannot bo up the practice of “crimping,'’ which and the convention then took, up thé piactically all the vacant school land ary, this requirement is a condition strengthen their base before undertak
Vancouver, II. C., is having a sugar
ing the movement.
received |>y n„. register or receiver out lias become such an evil all along the work of oiganization.
war. the l»*t sugar people of Germany
precedent, and no change takes effect,
of <dh< «* hours nor elsewhere than at coast.
having put sugar on the market in their office.’
as between adverse claimants unless
JAILED FOR CONTEMPT.
large forest reserve in Eastern Oregon, the fee was paid.
Rural free delivery service has been
coiii|»>tilloii with the local refinery, and
ordered established, to begin Oct. 1, at
rut tho price nearly hull a cent.
A note and mortgage executed in this Told to U m Hi» Owa Diacritioa la Subduing
them so acting, there is no statute Harrisburg, Linn county. There will Peter Power, of Northern Pacific Merger Fame, by the proposed reserve lias been
state and payable in another state will
Emperor F ranci» Joseph of Austria authorizing them to act. The regula bo two routes, which will serve a pop
the Hoatilc Moro».
Locked Up in Ludlow Street
be construed according to the laws of
i>ae just celebrateli hi» 72<1 birthday.
timbered, and will be worth what it this state, even though they contain
tions tor their conduct not in contra- ulation of 910.
Aug. 20.—A cable
New York, Aug. 21.—Peter Power, cost on this account.
That which is
Patrick Sharp, a striking miner. »»> ventii'ii ol statute have all the force of
dispatch has been received from Gen
who is complainant in the ease against not valuable for any other purjsjse will express agreement to the contrary.
law. II it is optional with local officers
shot an<l. killed at Nesquehoning, Pa.
eral Chaffee stating that in his judg
the Northern Pacific, and who fled to become of value the moment the re
to receive or decline applications, there went out last year as fourth officer of
ment an active campaign against the
A LOT OF OLD TUBS.
R. Remington, a prominent society is given ojqiortunity for them to exer the transport Lawton, has lieen assigned Canada to escape a 30-dav sentence for serve is created, for thenjt can be u?ed
Moros in Mindanao is necessary in
nian, Nuicideil at New|sitt, taking the j cise favoritism and partiality, which to the command of the tran»|sirt Tren contempt of court, has returned to New- as reserve scrip in the location of lieu
order to curb the opposition that has
York, accompanied by his counsel. He lands.
might lead to irruve mischiefs, the in
been growing against the United
immediately repaired to- the United
Their Navy Are No Good.
General W. H. Odell, who returned
A «lecision of <on»i«ierable interent States marshal’s office, where he was
Cholera continues to spread ill Man jury of many, and give occasion for
States authority. The dispatch was
London, Aug. 20.—The great naval considered of sufficient importance to
churia, China, und isolated case» have grave scandals against the integrity of has lie.-n received at the United States taken into custody and later on con a few days ago fiom a trip through
the land department.’’
laud office at Oregon City in the case fined . in the Ludlow street jail. His Cr<ok, Klamath, and latke counties, parade off Rpithead is filling the col be repeated to President Roosevelt at
been rep<>rt*'d in Siberia.
says that practically all of the timber umns of the London papers with in
I lie decision is an important one, of George L. Derrick against Arthur T.
I arge numliera of Chinese are nrriv- ! in that it finally e-tahlisbus the rule Merwin, involving a tract in section 3, counsel attempted to prevent the com land in those counties and in Grant, dictments of the admiralty, as well as Oyster Bay. General Chaffee hae been
ing in Mexico, slid tho majority will that applications for entry of land township 1» south, range 8 west. The mitment of his client by producing an Malheur and Harney counties that has panegyrics ot the magnificent spectacle. directed to use his. own discretion in
the matter, and will no doubt engage
order from the referee of the Northern
probably find their way into this conn- cannot In- made out of office hours.
decision knocks out both parties on the Pacific case to attend the hearing to a market value has already been taken. William Laird Cowles, the naval au in an aggressive movement against the
ground that the entry conflicts with day, but the marshal refused to disoliey General Odel) says that vwy prosjier- thority, and who cannot be classed as insurgent Moros.
Some time before
the Corvallis A Yaquina Bay wagon Judge Lacome’s order to confine him ous times are prevailing in the counties an alarmist, writes that while there Secretary Root left Washington, the
SOUTH AFRICAN BLACK8.
The New York ship Building com*
are a dozen very effective battleships Moro situation was under consideration
(•any has placed an order abroad for I
Xo ex|>ect a rapid «levelopnient of that off Spithead, and a few cruisers, all and from a dispatch then ar hand the
80,000 t me of manufactured iron and Upon Th«ir Attilud« D«p«nda In Great Measure
The Rev. J. J. Walter, formerly
1 part of the state in the next few years. comparing favorably with those of the secretary was of the opinion that the
SUBSTITUTE FOR COAL.
That Country'» Future.
Methislist bishop of Alaska anil re
I The irrigation of arid lands and the best foreign construction, the bulk of Moros must be dealt with severely
R«*jsirts from Victoria, B. (’., show
draining of stamp lands will add to the British fleet is merely an exhibition before they would rcapeet the authority
London, Aug. 22.— Mail advices re-
that the total salmon catch of the ceive«i from Johanneaburg indicate that Methodist church at Spokane, has New Yorker» Exp«rimcnting with Peat from the producing area thousands of acres of flags, paint and gilding, and .he ma-
of the United States.
uorlhern canneries for the season wan the negro problem is growing more been appoinltwl colonisation agent of
the Lowland» ol New Jerity.
which are now almost valueless, but ority might as well be built of card Chaffee is now in Mindanao,having left
only I 46,300 cases.
acute und is muring the authorities
New York, Aug. 21.—Successful tests which will then yield large returns for board, as they are mere dummies, too Manila some days ago. If the campaign
lietween C<s>s Bay and Salt fjike City.
feeble to fight and too slow to run should continue for some time he, nc
T»o hundred carmen, including car- infinite worry. To quote th« words of He will at once enter u|>on bis duties, have just been made of the turf or bog cultivation.
away. The admiralty is also coming doubt, will remain jn the Philippines
pouters, painters, etc., employe'« at the <>n«< of th« foremost African authori- which are to arrange the settlement of of the New Jersey lowlands around
NEW 8EAL ROOKERY.
in for scathing ciiticism on account of instead of leaving September 30,'as he
West New York to ascertain whether
Union I' m « ill«* »hops at Omaha, have i •
colonies along the projected line,
“tin the question of the natives de-
the overcrowding of transports.
it can lie used as a substitute for coal
had planned. It is tinder stood at the
gone out on a strike.
Dallas is considering the question of as fuel for the winter season. Some One Ha» Been Ducovertd in Aleutian Group
(s'lida the whole future of the new
war department that General Chaffee
W. II. Dillard, wanted by Unite«! colonies — whether the Boers will waterworks.
RELATIONS WITH TURKEY.
large samples were dug up and taken
by Captain McClellan.
has sufficient troops to make an active
States authorities at Sun Francisco for loyally accept British rule or continue
It was found Washington, Aug. 21.—Captain Shoe
The Salem fruit cannery han cloned to a blacksmith eliop.
issuing 43 framlulent Chinese certifi in a »tut« of sullen resentment.
to burn readily on the forge after it maker, of the revenue cutter service, Minuter Leiichman Decline» to Coiuider New
cates, has I mm 'H caught in Seattle and Among lhe immediate <lang«rs native for the season.
Sharp Engagement Near Manila.
had once Ixxome dry. It turned to a
Matter» Until Old Are Settled.
will l>e sent below.
Albany and Linn county will spend ruddy glow and seemed to hold its fire has received a report from Captain
attacks oil lhs'rs returning to their
Manila, Aug. 20 —A force of native
Constantinople, Aug. *20.—The non constabulary engaged a band of ladrones
An esaininatioii is being made into farms und attempts of the nutives to * 1,900 in Eastern advertising.
the cutter Manning, recording the dis
There is an almost unlimited supply covery of a new fur seal rookery on execution by the Turkish government in a sharp fight Saturday near Caloo-
the affairs of the defunct Gritfin Liquid assault whit« women are threatening
The Third Presbyterian church of
of this turf, or “Jersey peat," ae they Bouldyer Island, in the Aleutian group. of agreements reached long ego on sev can. about four miles north of Manila.
Air con>|>any of New York, in an effoit serious conflicts lietween Boers and Portland was dedicated Sunday.
are lieginning to call it in the vicinity Lieutenant Berthoff went ashore with a eral questions affecting the interests of The arrival of reinforcements for the
to lia-ate several hundred thousand dol blacks. Under the old regime the
American citizens has led to somew hat
«rude but simple retribution tor Grasshoppers in the vicinity of Wood of West New York.
lars worth of slock.
boat’s crew. He found a rookery of strained relations between the United constabulary won them the victory. .
a>»unlt» on women was shooting on burn have attacked the hop vines.
Several members of the oonetabulary
T. S. Sbarretta, tlm treasury expert sight.
States legation and the Porte. United were wounded. Tlx* ladrones left three
Now, however, there is no
GOOD ROADS CONVENTION.
ominiiMloned to negotiate u tariff legislation on the subject and the Eng
States Minister Leishman has informed
the Arctic sea and the Pacific ocean, the latter that he will not discuss oth of their number dead, but carried off
treaty with China, ie|s>rts the same lish authorities ure hesitating to enact 130,000 worth of business buildings.
Arrangement» Being Mede to Hold One Next fully 3,500 miles from San Francisco,
er matters until the terms of settle
Miss May belle Douglas has been
laws until all parties concerned can
October in Portland.
but still within the United States ments already agreed upon are carried
SHOT DEPUTY 8HERIFF.
The run of fall salmon has Is'gunand voice their opinions. The hesitancy to cliosen queen of the Portland Elks’ car
Portland, Aug. 21.—Ata meeting of jurisdiction. Lieutenant Berthoff ap out. Diplomatic circles anticipate fur
is very g«sid. The fish caught in Bakers deal summarily with the natives is nival.
the chamber of commerce arrangements proached the herd closely enough to ther undue delay, and that this may
Bay aia mostly siiversidusof exception causing h'th Boers and Africanders in
Clay Gordon of Milton wan arretted were made with James W. Abbott, spe observe that none of the seals had been possibly lead to a sharp reminder by Alfred Cofer Senoualy Wound» Scott Ritchie
tern«' irritation and encourages the
ally tine quality.
at Huntington for drawing a check on cial representative of the department of branded, an<l there was no sign that the United States.
blacks to truculent effrontery.
white men in search of seals had ever
Baron von Waltcrhausen, of Berlin,
Aug. 19. — Scott
"Another phase of the problem is
Boer» Get Great Greeting.
a<lvocate< th«* erection of a common the unwillingness of tiie blacks to lore- it cashed at l’endiuton.
vention in this city sometime during lieen near the island. The Manning
Ritchie, deputy sheriff, was shot and
tariff hairier against th«' Unite«! States
London, Aug. 20.—Tho enthusiasm tiadly wounded at Athena by Alfred
go their lazv existence in the concen
The Loewen berg-Going company, of the week endintr Oct. 18. If possible, there are other rookeries in that local
by all of Europe.
tration camps, where thousands were Portland, han paid into the state treas I the good roads train will be brought to ity. The suggestion is made that these displayed by London crowds when the Cofer, for whom he had a warrant and
Arrangements are Isfing inaile for gathered 'luring the war, ami far more ury 11,230.60 for eonvict labor for May. Portland, so that a practical as well as islands may lie one of the rendezvous Boer generals appear is undiminished. was trying to arrest. Ritchey’s wound,
Despite rain hundreds gatheied around while very severe, is not considered
a theoretical demonstration of the best
eatablishing banks in the Philippines M'rious is the fact that a great number
Bea* dur’nR their absence from the hotel where the generals are stop fatal.
Rev. Philo Fuller Plielpn of Salinas,
Cofer was accompanied and
to loan money to farmers, the govern of blai ks in the country have managed Cal., han accepted a call to (he First metho Is of roadmaking can be
ping. When Delarey appeared at the assisted by another, who is supposed to
There is, therefore, Presbyterian church of Ashland, and trated to those interested.
ment to guarantee 3 per cent interest. to secure arms.
coiisidere«! important by the officials window the crowd cheered heartily. have been his partner in the recent
the anomalous situation of unarmed
i here, in view of the gradual decline of Later Botha went out for a drive and beidup and express robbery at Free
OBEYED THE ORDER.
Prince Chen Tuen, who has lieen in whites uml armed blacks living in will enter upon his pastorate about
; the fur seal in the Prybyloff islands.
was given a great ovation. When tiie water. These men are believed, to have
this country for seveiul «lays, arrivisi proximity on outlying farms. Experi- Oct. 1.
Cavalrymen Rod« Into a River and
steamship Coys Batavier le't Blackwell committed the recent highway robbery
in Vancouver, H. (’., Sunday and saile«l e|1(
___ .e ; ,m
2 ritil,|l colonials
' ’ ‘ strongly
' “Z'r * favor
with the generals aboard, this evening, at the county bridge near Pendleton.
Many Were Drowned.
.for home Monday on the steamship universal disarmament of the natives well known Oregon pioneer and busi
a great crowd bade them farewell.
Deputy Sheriff Ritchey is very popular,
London, Aug. 21.— In a dispatch
Empress of Ja|>an.
an«l prompt legislation making assuults ness man who died at Winthrop Beach,
Manila Ncwcpaper Publithtr Found Gui'ty of
the indignation over the shooting
Judge Shira» will Retirs.
The Issly o< Mrs. Jessie Tutnan was on women a capital offense.”
Sedition —Lived at Dayton.
is er, great that if the criminals are
land for burial.
of the Daily Express says:
found mini Muscatine, Iowa, the head
Pittsburg, Aug. 20.—“It is true that caught they may be lynched.
"During the maneuvers near here, a
Dayton, Wash., Aug. 21.— Fred Dorr,
BOER LEADERS AT UTRECHT.
split open with an ax. Her husband
squadron of cavalry was ordered sud told of in the press dispatches from father expects to retire frem the bench
Japan«»« blander» Perish.
was mortally wounded and unconscious.
denly to charge. It galloped into a river Manila as being foun^i guilty of sedi of the supreme court early in the com
Aug. 20.— The little
They were killed for their money.
Wheat—Walla Walla, 60O61c; blue and 50 men are reported to have lieen tion in connection with the publication ing year,” said George Shiras. “There
Giving Up th« War.
island of Torishama was overwhelmed
ol the Manila Freedom, is a native of
Grand Master Fitzpatrick of the
by a volcanic eruption between Aug. 13
Utrecht, Holland, Aug. 22.—The
cult to obtain.”
this city, w here he spent his early tirement except that my father believes
Barley—Feed, *19.00 per ton.
Brotherhood of Trainmen has com
that there is wisdom in the law passed and 16, and all the inhabitants, num
pleted his tour of the anthracite coal
Flour—Beat grades, 13.0603.60 per
bering 150 persons, were undoubtedly
AN IOWA COLLEGE BURNED.
He is a son of Dr. J. C. Dorr, by congress enabling judges to retire
regions and has addressed the brother rey, accompanied by Dr. I-eyds and liarrel; graham, 12.9503.20.
Ihe island is covered with
when they have reache«l the age o 71 killed.
hood on their duties should the roads
volcanic debris, and ail the houses on
Millstuffs — Bran, *16® 17 per ton;
it hunter in California.
attempt to liuul non-union coal.
it have disappeared.
The eruption is
*18; Parian» College. • Preibyterian Inititution
from The Hague to visit ex-l’residont middlings, *21.60; shorts,
went to Alaska in 1888, spent three
Fairfield, Victim of the Flame».
To Re-Arm Field Artillery.
still proceeding, and it is accompanied
Colonel Hemphill, founder of the At Kruger ami consult w ith him on the
yeais there, was some time in Aus
Berlin, Aug. 20.—The United States by submarine disturbances in the vi
Ottumwa, Iowa, Aug. 21.—Fire of tralia, and later in China.
Oats—No.l white, fl.00Ol.06; gray,
South African situation, l-arge crowds
lanta Constitution, is dead.
unknown origin destroyed Parsons Col ager of a British coalyard, he was ex war department has bought of Herr cinity, which make it dangerous for
warmly upplaudcl the Boers. The spec 96c.Ofl.00.
Erhardt, a gunmaker of Dusseldorf, vessels to approach the island.
The New York Republican state con tators at th« station sang the Boer na
Hay — Timothy, f 11O1S; clover, lege at Fairfield, a Presbyterian insti- pelled from Manila when the war broke the right to re-arm the American field
ei j p
vention will lie liel<l at Saratoga Sept. tional anthem.
*7.60010; Oregon wild hay, *606 per
out, because of expressed American artillery wiih his new piece.
Elgin Crtamsry Company Fails.
The «•onference lasted for three hours. ton.
sentiment. Later he aided Dewey to officer of the United States ordnance
Chicago, Aug. 19.—The Elgin Cream
enter the harbor.
Potatoes — Best Burbanks, 600 70c
department is now at Dusseldorf on ery company, which operates 13S
The threatened strike of minets According to some re]>ort» it waa rather
COAL FOR NOME.
per cental; ordinary, 60076c per cen-
this busine»», probably to learn thor creameries thioughout Illinois, Iowa
at Ran Juan, Colo., has Ireen averted
Schwab OH for Europe.
half th« «hdegates withdrew, leaving tai, growers prices; sweets. *2.00
oughly how the gun is constructed.
and Wisconsin, has failed.
Pittsburg, Aug. 21.—Schwab’s pri-
generals Bctha, Dewet and Delarey, to- per cental; new potatoes, 60060c for Boiton Company Secure» an Immeme Vein at
itors are estimated to 'number near
vate ear left Loretta this morning to
Senator Burrows of Michigan an gether with Mr. Kruger. Little is pub Oregon; fl.00 for California.
Corbin and Young Off for Germany.
10,000, over 8,000 being farmera. The
nounces that ho will fight reciprocity licly known us to what look place, but
New York, Aug. 20. — Adjutant assets are claimed to be *800,000, while
Tacoma, Aug. 21.—A company of take Schwab to New York. It is un
Butter—Creamery, 22 54026c; dairy
it is iindersttaul that the generals found 16@1654 c ; store, 12%O16c.
with Cuba on constitutional grounds.
Boston men have secured control of a derstood he will sail for Europe tomor General Corbin and Major General the liabilities are estimated at *360,-
the ex-president of the Transvaal in
4ft.foot vein of coal at Cape Lisbon, row. His representatives say the trip Young have sailed for Europe, to be 000. Inability to realise on assets is
Eggs—10020c for Oregon.
'I lie president has ordered that the no way inclined to acquiesce in British
which will supply Nome and Behring is only -bis usual summer vacation. present at the German military maneu given as the cause of the failure.
list of soldiers dying in the Philip dominion in South Africa ami still
Cheese— Full cream, twine, 1254
James Gayley, second vice president of vers. These two officers, together with
coast with fuel.
pines ho telegraphed home every two dinging to tho idea of a united Routh O13c;YoungAmerica, 1354@ 1454«; fee-
Tornado In North Dakota.
the steel corporation, is now slated for General Leonard Wood, who is already
Africa under the Boer flag. Mr. Kruger
. R om Coghlin Badly Burned.
president of the concern if 8chwab re in Europe, are the official representa
Grand Forks, N. D., Aug. 20.— A
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, *3.000
Helena, Mont., Aug. 21.— Rose tires. He has been a scientific metal tives of ¡the United States and will be terrific storm (lassed over the eastern
The government of Venezuela has is oven said to have bitterly upbraided
nerals for - giving
• Boer inde- 4.60; hens, *4.0006.60 per dosen, Coghlan, the actress, was severley in lurgist and thoroughly efficient mana the guests of Empreor William.
part of this state during the night.
forcibly detained three American ves the get.*----
gene- 11011*40 per pound; springs, 110 jured here because she mistook a bot ger. He is only 4ft.
Reports' from RoIJa say that four
sels for government use in the present itemlence. l-ator >» *•>” ,lay *•'«
Oil Strike in Wyoming,
rais returned to the Hague.
1154c per pound, f2.6004.00 per dos tle of carbolic acid for a face lotion.
deaths occnrted eight miles east of
en; ducks, f2.600 3.00 per dozen; tur Rhe applieil the acid to her fin e in a
Evanston, Wyo., Aug. 20.—The Jae. that place as a result of the tornado.
A F»v«r Stricken Ship.
The International Typographical
keys, live, 13014c, dressed, 16O16c per dark room, and barely escaped destroy
Vienna, Aug. 21.—A pontoon convey ger Oil company has struck a good The h iuse of a settler was blown down
Port Townsend, Wash., Aug. 22.— pound; geese, f4.0006.00 per dosen.
union conventioa at Cincinnati ad
ing her eyesight. Her face was badly ing a detachment of infantry across How of petroleum in section 12, near and his wife and three children were
journed Racurday, after voting *2,000 The Peruvian hark Santa Rosa has ar
Mutton—Gross, 25t@3c per pound; burned before she discovered her error. the Amur river near Pashkowa sank, Spring Valley. The drill had lieen killed.
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rived here and is in quarantine. She dressed, 6c per pound.
and five officers, thirty men and seven- working in hard sandstone ail day,
to the striking miners.
Y. M. C 'A. World » Congru».
F«ll froia a Tvaln.
ty Chinese camp followers were when suddenly it broke through, and a
WHH 73 days fro«1 Buena Ventura, came
Hogs—Gross, 65<c; dressed, 7© 754c
In Hie athletic sports at Oliftonvllle,
good flow of oil and gas followed.
Christiana, Aug. 21.—About 1,000 drowned.
Woodburn, Or., 4<>g.' 20. — C. B.
England, Murriy, the Irish champion,
foreign delegates, representing 31 na
Montague, a member of the last legis-
Veal—7O8c per pound.
defeated Duffy, of Georgetown, the worst of «11 diseases, beri-beri. The
Petroleum In Yuc»tan.
tions, are here to attend the Y. M. C.
lature-from Linn county, fell from the
Beef—Grose, cows, 30354«; steers. A. world’s congress which opened to
woild's champion, in the 100 y«r«l horrors of the voyage, shut in with no
Mexico City, Aug. 21.—There la
Omaha, Aug. 20.—Prominent Routh Albany local tiain as it left the station
dash. Murray’s time waa 10 seconds hope of escape from the horrible fever, 354<9*54c; dressed, 7O8c per ponnd.
day and will last until August 24. The much excitement in the Peninsula of Omaha packing men say the Cudahys at Woo<|burn,_ and was seriously in
Hope—16O17c; new crop 17018c.
can hardly 1» imagined. Three men
United States sent 88 official repre Yucatan, where petroleum has been dis have sold their packing interacts to the jured about the face., His thou Id v
died on the voyage and were buried at
packers’ trust for *21,000,C00.
waa dislocated.. . ■.
Prices of iron continue to advance,
gon, 8O1454c: mohaii, 26026c poud.
with marked activity in
PARTS OF OREGON.