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KLA.MAllI I ALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 4, 1902
rest o» th« world kujw tor tt wu fn
WAS A HAI) NIGHT.
the winter time that the wild
BLOCKS THE CANAL.
animals of the desert widened
their rang«) In search of food,
United States May Not Take Up Nicaragua
Three Towns Better In Texas.
"wing to Its scarcity at this season,
anq many of nil kinds were tempted to
Warren, Mich,, Nov. 28—Clint E. ITFMS OF INTEREST FROM ALL PARTS
Nov. 27.— The cabinet COAL TROUBLE BACK TO COMMISSION
partake of the fresh morsels of anti
lope, <l<et-, rabbit and sage hen, so Osborne, as-iatant proprietor of a gen
OF THE STATE.
meeting yesterday was devoted almost
attractively prepared and placed ’n eral store in this village, was shot dead
their trail ami many of these same an early today by one of a gang of robbers
imals found these nice "halts" sur
Commercial and Financial Happenings of the status of the reciprocity treaty with
rounded by a jugged Iron circle that that had entered the Warren bank and
Cuba and the canal treaty with Colom Will Be No Private Conference to End the
the Past Week—Brief Review of the
■ I"») d with a merciless clasp about blown open the safe. The explosion
Affair, On Account of the Independent
wouhl walk hi
bia. The hitches that have occurred
At Ilio Foni tif t|,,
Growth and Development of Various
their legs or noses and held them as aroused Osliorne, who telephoned to
HU. Il 1 « night i
-They Demands Full Hear
in the negotiations were discussed, as
prisoners. The traps of thu Trapper
Il I n Ilio He, mi,] , |,
Industries Throughout Our Common
hearts of nil
one of his neighors that lie thougnt
ing, and Assert Moreover, That They
captivi!), bnrilng il«. ,,
a till'lit IlH
weal th—Latest Market Report.
burglars were at work in either ttie
Have a Good Defense.
ture. After H. . urine l>< >
Secretary Hay, while presenting the
would venhir«. i
nt Ilio timo of timt
bank or postoffice. All the telephones
It WIIH1 such a
young man of eight ami twenty years,
Indiana kepi tnovlu ut
The postoffice at Pokeama, Klamath was not able
Washington, Nov. 26.—All prospects
l or ten years he had been known upon in tiie village are connected at night, county, lias been discontinued.
untll alami lo o, ;,
any progress had been made dur for an understanding between the Unit
inorai ng. wimii th<
peace, yet his keen grey eyes ami the bell on the bank telephone ring
The building boom, which has been ing the past week, In fact, it appears ed Mineworkers and the coal operators
bulcheied u nmi, for
nrni set chin told those who saw him I
i in progress at Weston for several weexs, that the negotiations have come to a
thum ilio mule mi ,i
that he would face the worst of the and listened to Osborne.
dead stop, and while no such tiling as outside the anthracite coal strike com
shows no signs of abatement.
of wllli h they
human ra< u In any kind of an eneoun-
an ultimatum has passed, the precise mission came to a sudden termination
Osborne then starter! down the street,
our appetii,., bui |„ t
The citizens of Helix will hold an situation may be described in the state
ter as readily as he would battle
Imrg mule uk . i I «
alone with the fiercest animals of the and hail gone but a short distance when election December 10 to vote on the ment that the Colombian minister here, late yesterday afternoon through the
wlicu in fu* i xhi> li
desert, If the necessity arose. IBs one of the roblrers, acting as an outside proposition of incorporating the town. Concha, lias distinctly informed the receipt of a dispatch to Wayne Mac-
all. Tlio gliillonou
hair was also light
and he wore a g iard, shot him in the face with a
navale» adde<| to n,,
But very little of the 1903 wheat state department that be cannot, in Veagh, representing the Pennsylvania
rlearn of friendliness upon his face. charge of buckshot, killing him in
coal company and the Hillside coal
ror tknt bui roiindi i
But the cloud that drove this gleam of stantly. Then, without securing any tropin the big Umatilla belt will Ie behalf of hie government, accept the
wholo had Beeini'd 1
sunshine away when he become an thing from the safe, the burglars fall wheat, the rain proving so heavy last proposition of the United States and iron company, notifying him that
rlble iilghtinaro tu h< r
as a basis for a canal treaty. The at a meeting of the anthracite coal road
gered was an immediate warning not rushed from the bank and drove rapid that all seeding has been stopped.
state department has already let it be
to trespass against the will of this ly away. No trace of them has since
known that it has come to the end of men in New 5’ork it had been decided
I ii ii anali ha in
man of firmness, and his well propor been discovered.
its concessions, so the chances of a not to grant any interview to Mr.
rock.« wtth mirrow orni, •
tioned form was able to carry out the
photographs in which all natural colors renewal of the negotiations in the Mitchell and his associates, which
l)U<| Ile,'Il iiin tiilly K
dealre of the mind. He was five feet,
An Indiana Attempt.
are reproduced. He will not keep the
ilnsky Hi-iilhi) li
ten, weighed 180 pounds, and with all
had been suggested for Friday next.
Akron, O., Nov. 28.—Early today discovery a secret, but will give it to near future are not very bright.
<ll«-<l durlng ili,
tills possessed well proportioned mus
This Btate of affairs will stimulate
The announcement, coming as it did
and <|uli-iui|o |.i
cles, as lithe ng rubber and strong as
the negotiations with Nicaragua and
ibis. wllii ih,
the Exchange bank at this place. The
The soldier who was arrested at Fort Costa Kiaca for ttie alternate route, after an all day conference in thia city
II.- was known simply hy tho name robbers captured and bound the two Stevens for setting the numerous recent but it now appears that the diplo between Mr.
«Ila uh , show« I
MacVeagh and Mr.
of William Hamniorsley, but his an
olily uiieuHy hi
cestry and nlace of birth were as
mysterious as the man himself. Whe t telephone wires leading out of the local no trace of him can be found, He con tries are not disposed to allow them part of the time by Carroll D. Wright,
A viglimi! m . i |
first known ho was on tho desert en exchange. They also bound ami gagged fessed to having starteli the fires as ac- selves to be used to coerce Colombia, in an endeavor to adjust some details
Itertba tii< »in
and therefore are desirous of remaining
In trapping, and as he had no
sho had b.mi ni
in the background until it shall be of the prop' sed agreement between the
cotiip.-tltors. he Im'l no enemies. His a physician whose office is in tb< same
second term at the state normal clearly established that no treaty can
ii I km I o , a crude affair, partly a cave block with the Exchange l«ank
operators and the miners, completely
school at Monmouth shows a marked
and partly a house In the rimrocks, first explosion of dynamite at the bank
lie made between Colombia and the surprised everyone here.
Otller mule WUH
I I. a la
was always welcome to the weary aroused the citizens, who hastened to
breakfii r |ii. |.ii.
the ba I
From a reliable source it is learned
traveler or stockman, who happened the scene
One of the statements of fact in
movi ,| on lo ili. ■
fire arms, _ Main
__ - with
the proposition that the operators
connection with the Panama route
The mura«* duri
were exchanged, but the robl
of Ashland, county of Jackson
Mr. Mitchell on Friday next was
a n>u*h i .umili II
which has been brought to the atten
Oregon, sworn statement No
way. He w.is a friendly host ami caj>ed without any booty,
thè Indimi', ha i
it i I h
tion of the state department is that the made at the instance of Mr. MacVeagh,
lava looked to tho comfort of his guest but building was badly wrecked.
th« purchase of the SE*4 N\\,n
who was no less surprised than Mr.
NE'n, and WL, hE'4, section’x<*P original canal concession will expire in Mitchell him-elf at the turn affairs
he had little to say and asked but f<W
b I iwh I thè In». rlni
questions. A guest after leaving his
From statements made
Itali led tino i ;l, 1
lhat they will offer proofei be the Colombian government has that took today.
Colfax, Ind., Nov. 28.— Thk
place knew no more of him than when
tho»,. who bave
).t one iHiltit on i|(|. rlnrocks coin he cam«-, and there was always a feel
that the land sought is more 7 500 fact in mind, and is disposed to re by Mr. Darrow early in the day, the
through thl» ' t
for its timber or stone than fq(Jndi frain from making a treaty now, in ex impression had spread that a complete
niuii'b.t a vi. w In all dirsi tions. Up- ing on the part of the visitor that no office at Clark’s Hill was enterei
tural purposes, and to establ
eomprebtnd wl t
point tands an Indian Hto extended conversation was desired. today and the safe dynamited.
pectation that the franchise will lapse, agreement would be effected at today’s
claim to said land before C. H.
log of Dio In» i b.-d
hk>. form sllhoutl.'i! against th*, \n<l tho wishes of William Hammers 300 stamps were taken,
it thus may be in a position to conference, but when the meeting broke
it are '
U. 8. Commissioner, at Klamkt
and »mailer un., I ot
ho /.in i-iivi. him Hi.- appearance of ley were usually respected.
up Mr. Darrow read to the newspaper
pouches were also looted,
the canal itself, or to sell a new
Oregon, on Thursdav, the 2il|nl illege !
round r<>< k flu, riH
an inanimate rather than an animate
men in the corridor outeide his room
But the reader shall know more the robbers.
k state, concession. Such a course wculd raise
eilge. aqii.ire r
l o ly. Th,, afternoon sun was not far about this trapper of tho desert and
in W illard’s hotel a statement which
ahaped nxks »1
above th. distant rimrocks. It was a his abode than tho visitors of those
Better Luck in Texas.
made it clear that no agreement was
a<> rotigli nini nu
ph lure for an artist to draw. The days knew. He was not alone, and
Dallas, Tex., Nov. 28.—The
Wiiliam H. Flagg, of AshlarnP > Oze- canal company, the French government likely. The statement was as follows:
li wna dlffiiult f<
i.ir . .I ro< ks along the earth's sur- the compartments which the visitors
J. S. I'.un
— ” - — -« • uu-«.- .... wages.
“The conference today was simply
togelh' r «Ittioli!
fact tin. »«Ils which converged from saw were not all that wore possessed
The Portland chamber oi commerce is and the government of the United a continuation of the conferences held
many din-' tlons toward the pedestal anil occupied by this man. Tho small county, was dynamited by robbers devising plans to advertise Oregon in States as to whether or not a supple
bora bi'ximlm- l<> t
form« d center, at the top of which • orral made rock In front of the prem early today and *5,000 in gold, silver such states as Michigan, Wisconsin. mentary decree extending the conces at Scranton, and with precisely the
same object—that of trying to reach a
l.rojei te,| the fiat rlinro. ks, ami these ises and the few traps and skins that and currencj was secured by the burg
sion 10 years from 1904 was valid.
Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio ami
basis of hopeful discussion for an ami
. town. | bv the statue like form of the hung about the rooms opened to vis lars.
Before the citizens, who were Iowa. A number of the Ivoards of trade
cable settlement. Mr. MacVeagh has
Indian, who . gaudy war bonnet Indi itors were only small an<1 inslgniflcani:
SPANISH WAR CLAIMS.
not been in Scranton since Thursday,
it. I that In- was a chief. madu the In Interest compared with what was aroused by the explosion, could reach throughout the state are also iseuing
the hank, the bandits had secured the literature, and early in the spring a
and some matters have since developer]
i ew a romantic one Indeed.
concealed In tho background.
great influx of people with moderate
as to whether a further conference
"If limy disappoint me," murmured
A subterranean passage lead to a
means is expected.
th< Indian In his own tongue, "it will larger cave beyond that oceupfod as
might lie useful before either the oper
t il,.- ii any more white scalps to pay tho open home of tho trapper. A crev
ators or the representatives of the
Eugene has secured an additional
til . penalty." and nt tho same time he asse lot In tho light from the side and
claims commission has enunciated the miners approached the serious task of
toy 4 with a scalp ot long hair, that the finest pelts supplied a bed with Street Fight Believed to Have Revealed mail carrier for city delivery.
principles by which it will be governed formulating a different agreement for
of a woman, toss d by the wind at-his warm covering and a soft place to lie
Secret Meeting Place.
in passing upon the various demurrers their signatures.’’
while others lay upon the floor as
Mr. Mitchell, when shown the dis
New York, Nov. 26.—As the outcome and ransacked the place, securing a which have been submitted to it in con
Hut Ills mind was soon relieve I on rugs and hunk from the walls to keep
ixiint. From the shndow of the out the cold of winter. A perfectlv of the arrest of two Italians fighting small amount of cash and some jewelry. nection with the claims now under patch from New York telling of the ac
consideration on ac<-uunt of the war be tion of the operators, simply smiled
constructed fl.-eplaco, connected with fiercely in the street, the police of the
A number of cities throughout the tween Spain and L uba. The genera) and said that he had not asked for the
the crevasse In the rocks which was
utilized ns a chimney, supplied the Oak street station, in this city, believe sutte will bold municipal elections Do basis is laid down that in assuming the conference, but that when he was s«ked
they have discovered an anan hist meet ccmbor 1. Cunaidurable ¡.»cal interest responsibility which would have other if it would be agreeable to meet the
room with warmth In cold weather.
Upon the bed lay an invalid. Once ing place within a stone’s throw of the is being taken on account of factional wise been Spain’s the United States is operators he said it would.
row and Mr. Lloyd, however, were out
a gigantic form with powerful phy
fights, prohibition meaeures, etc.
The prisoners gave their
sique anil muscle, ho was now omae- station.
could have been held.
It is further spoken regarding the action of the op
The Baker City lodge of Elks has held that the insurrection in Cuba bad erators. Mr. Darrow said it was “now
Dominic Santo and Tony
Rhe was a Lyle*
had been frozen and his hands and Menz. Santo had a big revolver, with purchased a site and will erect a two gone beyond the control of the Spanish up to the operators,” and that he would
In the middle of lb*- afternoon
feet were mere crisps, though he still
story stone and brick building 50x100
had been made and a mi n
government and that it was not respon return at once to Scranton and on Tues
retained his intelligence and was a which he was trying to shoot Menz. feet.
When complete the structure
held by the Indians Tin mail
sible for damages done to foreigners by day next would appear before the com
with most of the nutnial« prove«
If, however, it be mission ready to go on with the hear
knife. When searched, 15 cartridges
tho aouthr- -t while Chief I a-
prepared morsels from the table and
Three prisoners under detention at shown that the Spanish authorities ing. Mr. Lloyd, holding in his hand
■ few of Hi1- a'l'in ill 'ii ch
Be the county jail at Union, made their might have prevented the damage done the Associated Press dispatch, referred
fed him with hfs own hands, and at were found in Santo’s pockets.
«1'izen of his chosen warriors
tended him ns carefully ns a mother sides, there was an unopened letter escape by sawing through the bars of in any particular case by the exercise to the fact that Friday’s conference had
westerly course and th«, wily
tends her own child.
from Cannalelli, Italy.
Menz had a their cells. The prisoners were await of due diligence the commission an been suggested in order to adjust some
took with Um Ms f Ir iptl».-
"I sometimes fear that I worry you,
ing a hearing before the grand jury, nounces that it will hold that Spain is matters on which there was still some
■inln baml pro« coded on Its « ■
and that my monotonous life may ef rough map of Paris and the department
charged with assault and one with liable.
designated m< < ting point, whll«'
fect yours,” said the invalid one dny of the Seine, with a dozen of the largest
The commission announces further
“Yet,” said Mr. Lloyd, “the same
chief made this d-t.iur to eonstimniai
to the trapper, "in carrying out my de building numbers. He also had a bill
that it will take judicial notice that the men who only last week wired the
the last object of his trip
sire to strike for vengeance and wait
A six-stamp mill with a capacity of Cuban insurrection |>asaed from first be commission their assent to the general
Th«> chief and hl« small bind wor rimrocks In tho distance, a
, until I can strike the most killing head from the Carlton hotel, London,
tons a day has been purchased for
more guar«b"l than ev«-r It .ilizi’i tuuth of west, he saw a lone horse-
and admitted that he came to this coun tne Red, White and Blue mine in the yond the control of Spain, and so con provisions of the tentative agreement,
iii.m nulling In a swift trot. He be
tinued until the intervention of the and upon the strength of which the
that his mission »a- •
' • 1,11
try three weeks ago.
g.ni to ilcsi end to the same side upon
Malheur district. The mine 'is owned United States. It is further held that commission adjourned for a week in
to nvold falling into trap h. trnv
«lili h th«* hois.man was approaching,
According to the police the fight by a Boston syndicate.
Spain was entitled to adopt such war order to give the parties time to get
ever, ami wus still more • niiUoir taking < an- to examine his bow and
started in a hall in Roosevelt street,
measures for the recovery of her ati- together, now go completely back on
about not having any trail t««-hln«l quiver, tomahawk, and scalping knife
where a meeting was in session. Santo will meet in Corvallis De< ember 16 thority as are sanctioned by the rules their former action and call it all off.
That night he < amp«-«l at Hm foot of to M'.' that nil were Intact. Seating
was charged with having revealed sec and 17. Cream separator and other and usages of international warfare We are satisfied to go before the com
n high wall In th«> shadow of th«- pro him e|f upon a boulder that Jetted
rets, and tie fight in the street follow dairy supply firms are invite«! to make If, however, it be alleged and proved mission and continue the hearing.”
Joctlng rimrock» No eye «-ottl.l ««• front ili«’ wall many
ed, resulting in their arrest. Menz is exhibits of their goods.
level plain, lie
Addresses of in aDv particular case that the acts of
him In the hum« lint«- vhlnlty f«u
said to have admitted that he is an interest will be «lelivere«! bv well known the Spanish authorities or soldiers were
MILES IN THE PHILIPPINES.
boulders Hint Iny nbout him nml th«' approa«-h of his visitor. When the
smoke from his « nmp was sllhout. , latter came within hailing distance a
dairymen. Special rates will be given contrary to t-uch rules and usages,
Spain will be held liable in that case. Found the Army In a Fair Condition-The
sgnlnst the ro< k walls and nilngleil familiar salute from each showed the
by the transportation companies.
Havana Strike Under Control.
This decision does not, however, go
People Very Poor.
unit uni recognition.
with tho «loud» aliovc
Washington, Nov. 28.—A cablegram
The two men on the top of the rim
Io the extent of saving that the recon
At tho camp tlm scarred faced old
27.—General Miles will
eentration orders were legitimate acts
receive«! at the state department today
warrior chief took more Interest In rocks conversad familiarly. While
leave here for China, Japan and Russia
of war. There is to be a further argu at the end of the week. Discussing the
bls white captive
from Minister Squiers at Havana re-
Wheat—Walla Wai la, 714172c; blue ment on that subject.
tors prepared some dlstanc re from th«’ Chief Egan lie has also surmised that
Philippines with the correspondent of
l»orts that the government is taking a stem 77iJ79c; valley, 74H@"5c.
Ex-Senator Chandler, chairman of the
nmln camp and whll«’
firm stand and that the strike situation
Barley—Feed, *23.50 per ton; brew- committee, and Commissioner Manry the Associate«! Brens, General Miles
looked after her wants two of bls 11 tie. To look upon the countenances of
rere placed on these two mon was an interesting
most trusteil warrior.« wor
dissent from the rules adopted.
is ¡letter. Senor (jitesada, the Cuban ing, *24.00.
“I have seen 13,000 of our troops,
guard. At supper time Lean. hv ges- study. The old Indina chief, a ma blow, I fear that I impose upon jour
Flour—Best grade, 3.60(33.75; grah
minister, talked over the situation with
and will inspect more of them before
Hires plea«! with the voting woman to rauding bandit, bore scars showing the
Called to Washington.
leaving. I fourni them to be in fair
oat Whll«1 tho terrible experlen« ■■ terrible episodes of his life, while tho good nature, my preserver, and tax Secretary Hay today. Tho conditions am, 13.2003.60.
Memphis. Tenn., Nov. 27.—General condition. This is a hard country for
bore marks your patience."
are being watched with the closest in
Millstuffi -Bran, *19.00 per ton;
through whleh she had pon<> wou d t'nnndian Frenchman
placed there by time which showed
terest, as it is believed that the ability middlings, *23.50; shorts, *19.50; Luke E. Wright, vice governor of the i campaigning. 1 inspected the princi
have taken tho appetite ot most
X of her ago she w,.s too comnmn the villianous character of the man. he stroked the pale forehead of the of the Cuban government to maintain chop, *18.
Philippines, left last night for Wash- I pal defenses of the islands and some </
Tho one, robbed of his country,
sense and matter of f t<
hunrrv forced to the barren rocks and lava would be truly monotonous to me. be law and order and adequately safeguard
Oats—No. 1 white, f 1.15© 1.17 «-i ; ington, where it is understood he has the harbors which the government n>
permanently. Rhe ««s really h ngry.
been summoned by the president for r. i fortify.
the heavy investments of foreign capital
I found the people gener'*
I,,.,Is for existence, had become an sides. your counsel and company are at Havana is about to be subjected to a gray, |1.12J<01.1& per cental.
but had not rcnehed that stat
on the proposed Philippine1 impoverished from the effects o' l"e
Hay — Timothy, |10OU; clover,
legislation. It is expected thatgenorsl ! war „„„
,„, , friOWe<‘
starvation nt which f»h” * ■
and the pestilence wu
49.00; cheat, *8@9 per ton.
containing a mixture of blood of the tlon could bo construed to cause mo severe test.
em.ld partake «f
Wright will assist in the preparation it, and -----
I fear some may suf* ■ from
trouble: and outside of all this, your
litckv Imblent occurred. I-'-"
The death of fat
Railroad Money for School Fund.
far' - an*n,alH
mixed with that of the most blood cause has become my cause from an
per sack; ordinary, 50055c per cental, of the bills which will be piesented to [ famine.
Indianapolis, Nov. 28.—The state growers’prices; Merced sweets, *1.750 congress at the forthcoming session, leaves the people no me»n-J recover
thirstv and treacherous of an Inferior interest In humanity and Justice. Tou
among which will be one for the estab ing.”--------------------------- _
race, was n villain from choice and by have been grossly outraged, and 1 won the long-fought case against the *2 per cental.
look as anxiously to the day of reck- Vandalia railroad in the supreme court
lishment of a stable currency and an
Bread Riots In
There were bluffing looks and grim onlng as yourself.”
extension of the civil service laws in
On the second night nftor the at
smiles from each, but the arrival of
St. Petersburg, Nov
the archipelago will lie recommended.
Hi., hand of horses caused them to rise tack of the Indians on tho pack tialn States an pt erne court ami the state
03.50 per dozen; fryers, *2.6003.00;
to their feet, and with a shout from and the capture of Bertha Lyle, the
where thousands of arsons are idle be
Big Coal Land Deal.
able. She point« d "
«> ,..„ f|mt if old Egan's Ill's hl" warriors appcareil t apper brought In a largo supply of supreme court be reversed, will receive broilers, *2.0002-50; ducks, *4.500
Indiana, Pa., Nov. 27.—By a deal cause of the closin °* ^e iron works.
flfght with a
pre from n recess In the rocks below prepared provisions and placed tl em an addition of *685,424. The Marion 6.00 per dozen; turkeys, young, 12H
consumated here today, 6,000 acres of The students e41»1 to
pnroh|t,ho°rself ami cat of IL
Jim,of the band of nnlmnls repre The latter knew what this meant.
dalia must pay the judgment of *913,-
Cheese— Full cream, twins, 15140
tionally and e*ne "re »Howed to return
senting the prize money for tho niur- "So you are off for n trip, my friend." 905. Of this sum the prosecuting at 16!4c;
Young America, 16J4O17J4 and Conemaugh townships, this county,
said the Invalid. "How long will it torneys will receive 25 per cent.
changed hands for a consideration ap immediately "ut are subjected to po
ilrr of Hertha Lyle.
factory prices, 101 Jic less.
proximating f 1,200,000. The transfer lice super-<sion.' The secret police
Taking the woman’« acnlp, Pan Fol bo before you return?" he continued.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 30032
intt ( limbed down the rock« and loin He was Interested, for the difficult)
of the ocal is but preliminary to the have bees,increased by one third the
Death of a Coin Expert.
mon they anluted the Indian« in hobbling about and waiting upon
was . ........
"“n'h,In ' short
formation of a mining company with a number0^ men heretofore employed in
New York, Nov. 28 —The death of O22Kc; store, 15018.
rode away. The Indians drove himself with his stubby hands and
fo *2,000,00, which wlil begin that d'Partment-
Eggs—25030c per dozen.
’ horses Into a deep canyon pone foot. In tho trapper's absence was Francis G. Meyers, chief of the coin
Hops—New crop, 23026c per ponnd.
HI g the rimrocks, and the stillness great, and the lack of his companion division of the sub-treasury, was an
Mexico Getting Tired of Silver.
nounced today. He was considered one
Wool—Valley, 12H@15c; Eastern to construct a new railroad into the
Approaching night closed the scene. ship was greater.
Mexico City, Nov. 27. — The heavy
"I will only be gone for a few days."
Oregon, 8314Hc; mohair, 26O28c.
.dvance in the gold premium has
replied the trapper. “I am going to He was 57 years of age.
Beef—Gross, cows, 3(33 Xc per
caused great excitement in financial
visit tho traps near the picture rocks
The Trapper of The Rimrocks.
as I am trying to catch a mountain
■' trainman was and business circles. The premium
French Coal Strike Is Ended.
He was known from one end of th" lion that frequents the place, and have
|-s seriously ¡n- has lieen rising ail week, and has
Mutton — Grose, 3c per
and With womnn/« and nto n meal of ,„" rt to the other, ns well by the red
Clermont, Ferrand, France, Nov. 27.
some hopes of getting a grizzly.”
she soon Prepared and
a locomotive reached 171. It is generally conceded
the white His life was spent
And It happened that at this time _ The strike of the coal miners in thia dressed, 6c.
Die Mononga-! that a gold standard cannot be long de
which she wan n
«hen all the I”"'’.! h de. When tho snows of win-
sylvania road | layed. as silver fluctuates in value so
Long after n p '
’ |lll(| thP moon 11 % r m to flv and others fled to Chief Egan and his warriors
their captive were making for the resumed work at all the pita, and troopa dressed, 6 He.
clouds had l’nRI'^', . ()jRtnnt rlmroeks 'heltei
am railroad , rapidly that it cannot be relied on at k
- he worked the more porslst- same viclnty.
who were guarding the propretles have
had risen «Ixive t o
to die. basis of c'lnency.
For eight months In the year his
dressed, 7® 7 He.
on tho oast ami '•• . .. rHnrocks, Stud. WM complete, so far as the
(To be continued.)
upon the camp bom-
„ tjja«f qUar-
NEWS OF OREGON
•Id K«an m“ared at Uvr'DB’ u