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K L A MATH
EVENTS OF THE DA Y
A Tale of the Early Settlers
The two companion, wiilkcd un for
aom«* illataiM'u without »|o'ukliig, for they
both had plenty to think of, and <a* b
aeenisd Io have thought» which I m * wish
ed tu k«*ep from tin* other.
was tlx* first to break the alien* e.
"Louis," lie a«k<*i|, lu ti half <-ar<*li*»»
tone, "do«*s Million Lobola lov» your sis
Loula fairly atart«*.l at th« atraugc
question, an<l after rexardlnx his coin
panlon for a moment, as If to n»»ur<>
hliii»<*lf that I m * bail beard aright, b<< re
“Love h«-r? HI ukui live I.«ul«<*? Wbut
do you mean?"
"I iih ' iiii what I ask. lias Minum l.o
hols ever thought of marrying
"Why, what a question! Ar<* your wits
turn<><l? But why do you ask?"
"Miuiply b«*i-au»<' I 1 wished to know."
"Ha! Goupart, you su«p«*ct sutii**lbilig.
Now. out with It. It you love uie, tell
um * all. Am I not right?"
"I cannot say (bat I really suapect,
Ixiula, but I <uu »■■«< soiim * »mall »Iraw»
in the wiinl, ami I ahuul«! llk>< to lind
which way they lie."
"Go ahead. M|i«*ak on."
"Thin Halin, fo>ul».
You heard th«
answer that r«*<l villain nimle wh>u you
a«k«*<l him who »ent lilm tu kill u»? lie
said they dhl not ui«*an to kill you. Do
)uil liellev» he .poke the truth then?'’
“Yea, Goup, they iiM*ant to kill oue ut
ua, ami only one. Th«* arrow tlint cam.
near your bead was iiM-aut tor you. <>uly
you inuat have moved after the abaft
atartvd. Hail they meant death tor ls>ih
of ua, w» should hardly have known
what kllleil ua, for then they wouhl bav<*
been at lioin« In tbelr work, When we
started up, they could not well shout yuu
without endangering my life, ami thin
they got bothered. They Were mistaken
In their <*atiniate of my character, fur
they really believed, when they drew
tbelr tomahawk«, ami coinineii* <**l their
death bowl and dan*«, that we should lo*
frightened out of our wiia."
aken, in truth," return
And then, in a <hang***l
tone, he added, "But you see tb*-y meant
to kill me. ami only capture you. Now,
what does it mean? t'an you inform me
of any possible pin whereon to hung a
F'or some diatame Louis walk«-«l
thoughtfully on, ami when I m * spoke, Ills
voice was very low and «llatlnct.
"You aakeil me If Mliqon I xv I hi I» lov«**!
my slater? Had you any reason for ana
peeling am-h a thing?"
Il waa now tfoupart'a turn to hesitate,
but It waa not for a long lime.
“I have reason Io believe that hi* hates
me. Now, why should he Io* so? While
I knew him In France, we were on th«
most friendly terms, T<> I h * aure. I U»»**l
to lM*at him at the piatol, bui thi-u h**
more than made up fur II In thi* swor.l
play. But we were ih« lu*st friend» lui-
New, howvver, he hat«« «>r
fears me, ami thè more In* tri«*« tu hid»
It. th«* more plainly cali 1 a«* It. Now.
when«*« cornea It, if uot frolli hi« f«*ar of
"Goupart, there's a «how of silbstnm'i*
there! Yet I never thought that Nliuon
was a man to love deeply."
“To lov«* what?"
"Why any female."
"Ah.” returned Goupart, "he may have
a strong aff**« ti*in, however, for some
thousaml pieces of hnr*l, yellow gold.
The dying man said, if you remember,
that there waa n atrang« bird in lb«*
"I might have feared that suspicion
would fall on me, had mil I be* n one ut
tin* intended vli tim« B it tell me, Louis,
what you think ot It."
"1 km>w not what to think now! But
you have touche I a strange pole*
will watch Nimon Lohois when w« reach
"We will," utter«**! Goupart, eagerly.
"We will wntch him."
"Ay," resumed Louis, upon
mind th« atartling atlsplclon se<*me«l to
work now, "wo will work It so that we
will coine upon him suddenly; und whilv
we tell of our adventure, w<* will m>:i*
Ilia fine, I have loveil that man In da)»
gon«* by, for In* has been faithful to me,
)<*t I have found him growing somewhat
strange of late.
Hu! wbnt'a that?
Louise, as I'm a slniier! Goup, I'll ask
her a queatlon now, ere we reach the
The two hunters hail now reached the
field next to th«* dwelling, an I they saw
Louise, aceoinpanied hy Tony and om*
femule slave, coming to in«*et tlyin. As
«oon ns tbi* first merry greetings were
over, ami Tony hud taken the venison,
Louis drew Ills slater aside.
“I.ouls<*,” hi* saiil, assuming a smile,
though lie felt It not, "I know you Will
purdoj^n.. If | n»|< v
„ vei.y fo()|jR|,
q'h^pmni, but yet I hppe you will answer
the trdiy. Hus Million l.olittis over said
anything to you whereby you couhi aua-
pect that hi* wished to possess you for
"Why, I,onia, what has put such a
thing Into your henil?" uttered tho beau
tiful girl, looking her brother in tho face
with a sniiliiig expression.
“The thought has come to me, and It Is
really for my Interest to know. Now tell
me If he Ims ever let drop any word to
“Really, Louis, I ought not to------ ’’
"Aha! you've exposed yourself. Now
out with It."
"Well, then, ho him.”
“I thought so."
I told hitn I should fear bo was crazy
If he ever apoko so again.”
[[Then he spoke plainly—he------”
‘I II tell yon, Louis.
He swore lie
should die |f ( did not wed him; and I
laughed at him, and told him lie wns
crazy, 1 never dreamed of such u thing
“Ami when was this?"
‘ On tho very uoxt night after Goupart'»
Mhortly after this the brother and sla
ter allowed St. Donis to rejoin them,
and Louis was not long in making him
understand the truth.
They took th«
“Yow, Goupart; I ratnamber very weli.-*
PACIFIC WIRELESS LINE.
“Ab, tbowv were happy time«,
way around back of th« barn, so that no
one could se» them from th« holla« until
Alni yet, hi all, they were
Company Will Fatahllah I.Inc Between
I tin*.» arrived, ami thus liny • t»t«-»«-<l l»y no happier than w« lind thvui bere now,
Coast and Honolulu.
I the poateru; and wheu they reached the for my father whm not happy thare,”
fathered from all parts of the
hull, Louis just caught a sight of laiboia
“I know I know. Ami, after all, what
Han Francisco, Feb. 20. — Wireless WHAT THE LAWMAKERS OP OREOON
I stutiding upon th« piazza, ami looking la happlut’NN, but the ofTapring of con
meerages to the Hawaiian island» are
ARE DUINO AT SALEM.
earnestly off in th«« direction of th« river tent’f 'I'hoae were happy hour* there in
to be sent from thia coast, according to
ate t«xlay, p
path. T he youth hade Goupart remain the old garden ut Clermont, und I have
Inhiiid. ami theii lie walked out upon the »cell some happy ouea here.”
value in the P
Comprehensive Review uf the Import- General A. L. New, manager of the Pa-
“O ami we’ll Hi'i’ u great ninny more.”
piazza, imbola started wheu ho saw
rifle Wireless Telephone A Telegraph Bills of Importance That ar* Being Intro gold peso, of 12.9
“I hope mo —| believe mo . Hilt tell me,
duced and Acted Upon In Both Houses tenths fine, sai«l
Ixiulae, do you ri'iiieiiiher how we imed
■Ilf« back!*' Uttered
Presented In Condensed Form. Mo«’
Measures Signed by the Osvsrssr— the unit of valne
io laugh and talk there, lu that old gar
"Where’s Mt. Denis?"
“We have the machinery under
l ikely to Prove Interesting to Out
■hall have coined
"Alaa. I fear be'» a prlaoner!” return* den, ami In the old chateau, ami huw
of the Balloting for United
way,” de.-lared General New, who has
circulation not !et
you UMed to plague and pester me?”
«<1 Louis, sadly.
lieen in Southern California for several
the »liver peuos
"A prisoner! How?" articulated Ml-
I remember very well.
Ami aa I m * spoke, the youth look««! how well you us««! to hear it!"
bill. The gold co
months, and is now searching for a
“And do ymf remember how you lined
in vulu for the tirsi expression of »or
Btatee, at the rate
Unite I States Minister K<|uiera has proper station from which to send
to pinch my cheek, un I box my earn?”
The vote—Fulton 32, Geer 27, Wood pesos, aiiail be le
Mailed for New York from Havana.
aerograms to Hawaii, “It now only 10, scattering 10, absent and paired 5. land a.
"Why, I left him Just now with Louise,
Robert E. Peary thinks he can teach remains to be decided whether Feattie
“▲ml why wui It? Why .lid you da
an I upon my soul, I think the poor fel-
The bill also p
The Senate—To put initiative and
the pole if he 1» given "backing to the
low’a captivated! But what'a the mat thoMe thlngn?“
or Fan Franciaco shall lie the terminus referendum into effect, passed.
For tfonal coinage of 75
extent of >200,000.
ter, Million ?"
of the system on this coast. That point creation of a bureau of mines, p tesed. of the deootniaatioa
"Nothing nothing; only you startled ter me.“
Ex-Senator C. II. Himth, of Jackson,
To appropriate >10,000 per year for shall be legal tender
“How tlid I pewter
me somewhat when you »»Id Mt. Denis
will lie decided before many «lays.”
Mich., !,as accepted the office of prose
state fair, passed. For the construc vided by contract,
was a prisoner,'for I knew not but that tell me.” And
“Experts have agreed that the send tion of a bridge across the Willamette nomination of 50 cen
cuting attorney at Manila.
some roving baud of ludían» might have he rem hod out
and 10 centavo» also i
fallen upon you. Jesting upon such mat
Susan B. Anthony baa just sent to ing of messages a great distance by at Portland, passed.
But nhe made no reply, I l»*r pycH were
all such coinage to be
ters Is rather out of place." Au I with
wireless systems is merely a matter of
lent upon the ground. Mtid th® wann«
ity ot the government
liti» Million leiliol» walked away.
a large number of valuable boohs, auto power. We therefore have comtrncted allowing the widows of the three peni
"Aha, Minion Loboia!" muttered Ixruia. rich blood mounted to bvr
islands, in anch an
to himself, after tin* man had gone, "you
determine, with th*
will not tell me, may 1 tell
were startled ill the wrong place. "Twas
A syndicate of New York capitaliatH,
To «oni- secretary of war.
the truth that startled you, aud not the you?” whlnpered the young mau, treiuu- headed by Charles Green, formerly with 3,000 miles. The work of completing Washington county, failed.
The bill also provid
the International paper company, will
ot certificates of indeb
“But I may have forgotten what you
I<obo|s <ll<l not »how much of hl* real
build a big paper mill in New Hamp
tain the parity of the
will be required to perfe«-t the plant
feeling» wheu 11« ■at down Io tho table, mean,” aahl ¡«oulae, «antiug a fuitlvu shire.
Both houses adopted a resolution to pesos, such certificates
for he inni* In »lulling to the supper glau«*e up Into her compaulun'n face, but
ami system. An inter-continental sys adjourn Friday night at midnight.
be limited to 20,000,0«
room, ami hardly ha<l he taken lila seat dropping tier eyen again wh>n the found
Hay is to be distributed on the Teton- tem is no more difficult ot construction
Mexican dollar and th«
how* eagerly hlw ga%4« wan fantem*d upon Yellowstone forest reserves to fave from than two shore stations, and the last of
er«* I m - turned to tioupart ami said:
"Mt. Denla, master Louis cam« nigh her. “You used to prater me iu many starvation 10,000 elk, whose feeding our outfit is already built.
The vote—Fulton 33, Geer 25, Wood heretofore used shall
frightening ma a short tlim- since. He waya.”
ground is covered
sent messages a distanced 1,150 miles 15, Williams, 0, scattering 6, paired 5. public dn«-s at a rate to
“Yet I rau remember of but one. Shull deep.
told me you were a prisoner. ami. for the
time to time by the civ
with apparatus which we now own and
The senate—To create office of state
moment, I feared you had really falleu I apeak ItF
the islands, preference,
examiner of public «ecorde, passed. To
“Certainly you may apeak.”
into the liamls of the Indiana.”
The Merchant«* nutional bank, one
General New does not say whether authorize Indian war veterans to bring given to the Philippine
“Then ‘twaa for railing you my little of the oldest institutions in Philadel-
"Well," returned Goupart, "we both
of ua cam«* within an »<•« of It; so Louis wife that you need to do thene thinga. phia, has gone out of existence and Marconi is interested in the Pacific suit against the state upon their claims,
The option is given for
And more, too; you uwed to nMnure me transferred it« business to the Girard Wireless Telephone A Telegraph com panned. To repeal law exempting pub
had »orne foundation for bls report."
that wln n you l>r<-Mme my wife in earn- national.
pany lit whether th« Marconi metho«], lie officers from garnishment proceed the silver neeoe either In
"How? What?" uttered the marquis
iat, you uhould lie Mtrong enough to pirn h
“Did y« meet with any danger?"
so-called, is to lie us«l in despatching ings, passed.
The senate adopted a mint in the Unite«! State
bear inscriptions or
A section of 200 seats in the latkeside messages to Honolulu.
"Only six stout Indian», who tried to and le»x me mm 1 denerved. I tou t you
resolution to adjourn Friday, February shall
press in..' the sovereignity c-S
kill Goupart, an*l take me prisoner," re- remember ?”
auditorium, at Racine, Wis., gave way,
20, at 12 o'clock P. M.
“But but 1 waw a child thru,” mur- creating a panic among 1,000 specta
States. The act making t
MICH GOLD FIND.
The House — To provide for flat sal money legal tender after D
Minton ledtols did uot appear surprised, mured leonine, trembling.
tors ami injuring many j>eople, two
“Ay and we were both rhildr» n You fatally.
but I m * trembled. and th«» color forsook
1903, is repealed.
New Discovery on Tanana River Equals form rchool to
his « hecks. Kbarp eyes ware waieb ng were thru a laughing, buoyant girl of
The Patterson ann-ndsaet
Two bill« have liven reported to the
passed. To fix boundary of W’ailowa for an international confer«
him. Istulse looked up with a startled, ten, nml I a wild youth of aevetiteen.
Im redulous expression, while the old man Those were tlinea u hi n the h<*art hid Kansas legislature making it a crime
Chicago, Feb. 20. — Federal officers county, passed. For new bridge across commercial exchange, was
mad«* thre«* ln* ffi-ctual altcnipts to ask a noiif* of ItN emotloiiw. Ah. Louiwv. many for a railroad to confiscate any coal con
the Yukon river confirm the story Willamette at Portland, passed.
But leiuls relieved him by a time aince thru have I locked back signed to a ship|ier, no matter how-
Chairman Cooper, of the
■■omini ni-lng with the Aral sight of the upon thoae hourw, and tried to analyte great its need may lie.
As a penalty
The vote—Fulton 32, Geer 15, Wood mittee on insular affairs, sa
It for violation, a fine of >1,000 is pro Klondike has been made hi Tanana
deer, ami ending with the deaIh of i be the emotlonw th.it movetl me then.
14, Williams 17, scattering 3, absent soon as the bill ia recei
Mwtned atrange that I ahould have th« u vided.
fellow who «Bed by the Ire«».
valley, says a dispatch to the Chroni and paired 9.
senate from the house it wil
"They were Natchez,” «aid the mar- takm an image upon my heart that the
cle from Tacoma, Washington. Two
hand of time could never efface —and
The Senate—A joint resolution was conference.
Th., were l'hi< kasawr all * f that, too, the ima^r of a mere ihild. But
thousand miners are stampeding thither adopted calling upon congress to order
The Newspaper l>eadhead.
d<> you rrinrrnlwr when the painter, \ Bl
JAMES R. GARFIELD T—
from Nome. Dawson, Eagle and Ram a constitutional convention for the pur
F'or the next few moments, various ank came to the old chateau, and I hired
Why should people aak for free
pose of framing an amendment for the
wore the questions asked anil answered, him to paint your miniature <»n ivory?”
j nows;>apers, asks the Toronto
election of United States senators by Son of Dead Pres’dept la AppoL
ami the old man seemed alsnit «-quali)
ish, as the weather throughout the
i Evening Teiegram, any more than
mlssloner of Corporat
direct vote. To fix sal-.ry of superin
balanced l«*lw«*eu aslonislimi-nt and prld’ up.
Yukon valley has been most severe.
[ they look for free cigars, free um-
tendent of public instruction at >3,000,
in his lira^e boy.
Ht. Priiln opened hl« vest, ami from
Feb. 19. — J
i brellas, fn*e walking sticks, free
passed. To regulate employment of fe nonneed today at the white h
"But what couhi It mean?" uttered Ml
l>rneatb it he drew « golden locket that
ofirnrd by mean a of ■ spring. Il** press-
man. who felt It necessary to aay some
President Roosevelt would
This may endanger the lives of all,
i steaks? Every copy of a new»-
e<| it, aud the cane separated, revealing
The House—To pay Indian war vet James R. Garfield, of Ohio,
"Ay, what could It?” repeat«! lamine, a aweet far«- a childlike countenance,
erans, indefinitely postponed.
The sioner of corporations under
i money. The tailor, the tobac-
trembling with apprehension, hut very yet full <»f aoul and ‘ life. . The golden
United States Commissioner Claypool greater part of the day was .taken up in creating the new department
[ cooi«t, the gents* furnisher or the
atratig«-ly imbed, looking oftem*r au*l hair hung in wild profusion sl>oot th.*
merce. Mr. Garfield ia a eon
writes from Circle that 660 claims have introducing new bills.
dimpled cheeks, and a beaming smile
longer upon tioupart than upon lamia.
i grocer is not «wiled upon to sup
Appropriations already provided for late President Garfield, and is
been recorded in the new district,
•’Ye» that'» it!'' cried th»* old man. dwell In the deep blue eyes, and upon
ply free copies of the products
ent a member of the civil servi
“What <•<>«!Id they mean?"
the parting lipa.
which is officially known as Fairbanks, amount to >2,386,866.82.
which they handle. The people
"I»o you know whom that was taken
"Why," returned lands, “1 can Im««
being named after Senator Fairbanks.
who are aggrieved if they cannot
Governor Chamberlain vetoed the
Sir. Garfield is an Ohican
In«* but one cause.
They know yo.ir for? ' Goupart whispered.
Bottles of coareegold have been brought bill classing bicycles with horses in the
get a free copy of a newspaper
For some ti
wealth, father, un i they must bar«* Imp
"<>, yes— 'll« me; 'tin mine. I remeta*
to Commissioner Claypool, fully con statute defining larceny; also the one and residence.
rd that If tb«y could se«-urr hie, they ber It well. O. how like l<ouis it look«!"
him under co
a place on the free list of a groc
to prohibit stock running at large in
wouhl have received a great ransom for
“iiecaiise It look« even now like you.
ation in conue«-tion with the poei
Pedro, Cold Htream and Fine creeks are Marion county.
ery store, a dry goods store, or
Seven year« yes,
me. They probably »aw that tioupart lint listen, Louise.
commissioner of corporations, wl
the richest streams, running 25 to 50
l butcher’s shop.
was a stranger, an I so they meant to eight years I have owned tint sweet
regarded as second only to that
put him out of the way. In order that he transcript, an I not for one moment, dur
The vote—Fulton 33, Geer 16, Wood Secretary in importance in the
might not expose them."
ing all that time, has it left my posses
16, Williams 17, scattering 3,absent 5. partmeni. The law provides tbi
NORTHWEST IN CONORESS.
1 idea which ia
Never have my eyes closed to
Minion breathed very fr«-ely now; and sion.
is repugnant to all
The Senate—Tc declare press associa commissioner shall have the poo
the marquis looked upon this a» a very sleep but It has rested upon my bosom, 1 ! Bound business i notions.
tions common carriers, defeated.
To make, under the power of the seen
aud never a waking hour but 1 have worn
probable explanation of the mystery.
Public Building for Yakima Power Dams
provide a matron at the penitentiary, “diligent investigiation into the o
After supper. Ix>iiis ami Goupart cm- It next my heart. Think you I have «jsrsx»<ixi>>sis • «*«>•1»* •<**»rs^UÌXs.I«-e)^)iS>Mr
at Kettle Falls.
past'd. To repeal law granting rebates ization, conduct, and managemei
braced the first opportunity to lx* alone forgotten the sweet love of my l»>yhood?”
Feb. 20. — Senator to owners of wide tired wagons, passed. the business of any corporation,
The 8.3<1 birthday of Susan B. An
Gradually the fair girl » b> ad s ink upon
Tt>e House—To us«‘ convict labor on stock company or corporate com
her companion's Irosom, and when »he thony February 15, was celebrated at Foster today offered an amendment to
"What think you now?" asked Gott
looked up again, ber eyes were filled with her home in Rochester, N. Y., Monday. the omnibus public building bill au public roads, passed. A ; measure was tion engaged in commerce amon
••<>, Goupart. I know not what to think! tears.
introduced to regulate railroad rates.
A local passenger train on the'Frisco thorizing the purchase of a public build To provide a great seal for the state, re several states and with foreign nati*
(To l»e continued.)
I * annul Itellcve II possible that Mumm
excepting common carriers, subjec
line was wrecked near Pittsburg, Kan., ing site at North Yakima, to cost >10,-
would do >u< It a thin«, and yet thing«
ferred to a special committee.
‘an act to regulate commerce,’
and five passengers were injured.
Ilrlnalna Him to Terms.
look dark against him.
Ile ha» asked
proved February 4, 1887, and to gat
Louise for her hand asked her earnest
"I would like to have your photo
Memorial services for the late Presi
The house commerce committee today
The vote—Fulton 34, Geer 15, Wood such information and data as will
ly ami pcreeverlngly."
graph fur nu article to lu* publlxlied In dent Charles Kendall Adams, of the
able the president to make recommev
"An*l ah««—what was her answer?"
our Sunday pn(H*r." said the represeu- University of Wisronsin, were held at favorably rejorted the senate bill au 15, George 13, scattering 6, absent or
ations for legislation fpr the regul«ti
thorizing the construction of dams in paired 7.
"Why. as you may suppose, she laugh
(at've <>f the ««‘iisatlonnl journal.”
of such commerce, and to report su
cd at Ida folly."
the Columbia river at Kettle Falls, for
The Senate—To require district at
"Couldn't think of It,” aatd the man
"Then I fear lie I» at the bottom of
diverting the water for power purposes. torneys to render legal services for data to the president from time to til
as be shall require.’*
thia. But let us watch him. We will whose suddeu fam«* wns due to the clared a dividend of >20 per share, pay Aa reported the bill stipulates that
school districts without additional
keep our snap! ion» it secret for a while fact that Ills »oil lm«l el«>lu*d with n
It also will be the duty of the coi
dams must be «onfined to that stretch compensation, passed. To create Baker
at least, and while we <*xer« I««» th«* ut variety acres». "I have no desire for
of river within three or four miles of county the Eighth judicial district, missioner of corporations to gsthe
most car«* for ourselves. We will watch notoriety.”
Kettle Falls, the full rights accruing to passed. To regulate sale of exploeives compile and publish useful mformatic
The Carnegie trust will issue a Jay P. Graves.
"Of courae," wns the reply, “If you
concerning corporations doing ou «1 e *
to children, passed.
"You are right, tioupart. I will only prefer to have me aki'tch you from scheme which it has drawn up for the
in the United States and engaged jL
The committee also reported the sen
make one confidant, and that »hall Is* old memory after I get back to the of endowment of poet graduate study in
The House—To appropriate >20,000 interstate or foreign commerce, includ
ate bill establishing a lifesaving station
Tony. II«' is a keen, quick-witted fel
for experiment station at Union, passed. ing corporations engaged in insurance.
at Cape Flattery, Wash.
low. ami I cannot only trust him. but I
To regulate chid labor, passed. A reso
"Take It!" crhul Hie man. hastily t«*n-
Nathan Iforos, a diamond broker of
<-iin depend much upon his sagacity. Ils
lution that no bills be introduce«!
Storm Holding On.
GIVE COAST BIDDERS A CHANCE.
lias I h *< n with my father ever since I derltig the photograph. "I've seen Philadelphia, was robbed of >7,000
Chicago, Feb. 20.—The blizzard re after February 13, except by commit-
was born. »« you know. He was one of Home of those memory »ketches."—Chi worth of diamonds within 10 minutes
the poor fellows who were taken from cago Evening Post.
Cushman Wants 4 Per Cent Differential
after stepping from a train at Cincin newed its vigor today, and there is t«?es, adopted.
the wreck of the slaver at the (’ape de
hardly a place between the Atlantic
on Contracts for Warships.
Verde«, and he went tn France with my
ocean and the western slope of the
Feb. 19.— Representative
father from choice, lie »loue »hull help
Rocky mountains where the tempera
my daughter, eh? What are your fi annual maneuvers of the regular army ture ia not below zero, with a gale to
Wheat— Walla Walla, 76c; blue Cushman called on Secretary Moody
today to secure departmental recom
Aud thus the matter was left for the nancial prospects?
and the state militias, as authoirzed by aggravate the sufferings of those who
stem, 88c; valley, 78Hc.
mendation for the incorporaion In the
Young Hrokelelgli First rate, thank the passage of the Dick bill, at Fort
Another week passed away, an.I noth
ing further occurred to mar the pleas
ures of th«* young people at the chateau.
Of course, a dark suspicion sometimes
threw ii cloud over their auula, but then
they saw nothing new to worry them,
nml they had begun tu hope that, after
all. their danger had Its rise In the eu-
pldity of the Chlckaaaws. Ami during
this week, too, Minion I.ohols had been
more aoelabh* ami agreealde than he
nml perhaps he was not an evil m
nil. At any rate, they tried to hop
Tony had seen nothing yet, though
ways shook Ills bead very tlubi«
when the dark eousin'a name was
It was a pleasant afternoon, and
part had wandered off to where
beautiful wild flowers were Just pee
into blossom down by the river's
In the front garden.
But he was
alone. Louise was with him. He
not nske«l her to come with him, nor
»hi* asked him where he was going. '
walked on ami camo to a sent where n
huge grapevlno had been trniled up over
and about it. They stopped here and
aut down. The sun was already nearing
tlu* distant tree tops, and the air was
soft ami balmy.
"Louise,’’ spoke the young man, at
length, and his voice wns very low ami
tremulous, "do .von remember tin* great
garden hack of tho old ehnteau in Cler
"O, yea; I remember it well,” returned
the maiden, with n apiirkling eye.
"And do you remember how we used
to go out then* nml pick flowers, and
how yon used to weave long garlands
with your tiny fingers, aud throw them
over my head?"
Cominander-in-Chief Thomas J. Stew
art, of the G. A. R., left Harrisburg,
Pa., for San Francisco, to make ar
rangements for the annual encampment
of the G. A. R. in August.
Funeral services over the body of the
Stickney I don't trust (hot new book late Rear Admiral Frank Wildes were
held at the Emmanuel Episcopal
I’lckney — la»nve your
II» church, Wets Roxbury, Mass. The in
■la terment was at Kennebunkport, Me.
you especially If I succeed lu getting
the position I am nfter.
Old Gotrox—Anti what, may I In
quire, Is the position you speak of?
Young Hrokelelgli That of son-in-
law to your daughter's father.
Seven men were held up, robbed and
marched at the muzzle of revolvers into
the icebox in a South State street, Chi
I cago, saloon and kept prisoners for half
an hour while their captors delibreate-
ly sampled liquors. Two of the men
have been captured.
The blockade on Venezuelan ports
has been raised.
w liy* «fil
my nurnfo an angel?"
resp<>n<le<l the mother, after
of thought. "Your mírele Is
fly Ininiedlately."- Kansu,
ltealdcnt Think of opening nn othen
In tills neighborhood, ch? Mcmna to me
yon are rather young for a family phy
Young Doctor Y e s, but er 1 shall
only doctor children ut first. New York
There Is a great difference bet ,vecn
being buoyant aud llainboyant.
are exposed to it. Trains are every-
where delayed, and in the mountains
are hopelessly snowbound.
is a bleeping in one respect, for it has
cleared the snow off the range, so that
cattle can reach the grass, but on the
rivers it has driven steamers ashore.
In St. Louis and many parts of Kansas
a fuel famine has come upon the peo
ple. In some places schools are dosed
for a lack of fuel to heat them.
Major Glenn Acquitted.
Barley—Feed, >23.50 per ton; brew naval appropriation bill of a provision
allowing Pacific coast bidders on naval
Flour—Best grade, >4.30(34.85; grah vessels authorised under the pending
measure a differential of 4 per cent
over bidders on the Atlantic coast.
Millstuffa—Bran, >18(319 per ton;
Such a stipulation was incorporated
middlings, >23 @ 24; shorts, >19(320. in the bill last year, and In Cushman’s
opinion is neecesrv to place Pacific
Oats—No. 1 white, >1.15 (3 1.20; coast firms on an equitable footing.
gray, > 1. 12Si 0 1.15 per cental.
Furthermore he tays such a differential
Hay — Timothy, >11012; clover, would tend to hold down bide on the
>809; cheat, >9010 per ton.
Potato««— Best Burbanks, 600 75c per
Would Annex lai« of Pines.
sack; ordinary, 40050c per cental,
Washington, Feb. 19. — Representa
growers' prices; Merced sweets, >20
tive Richardson, of Tennessee, today
2.25 per ceutal.
Poultry— Chickens, mixed, 12)^c; introduced a resolution asking tho pres
young, 11012c; hens, lSltc; turkeys, ident why that portion of the Platt
live, 15016c; dressed, 180 20c; ducks, amendment regarding the Isle of Pines
had not been enforced. He also intro
>707.50 per dozen; geese, >708.50.
duced a concurrent resolution declaring
Cheese—Fnll cream, twins, 16H0
that it is the sense of congress that the
17Sc; Young America, 17j<018Jic;
Isle ot Pines is territory belonging to
factory prices, 101 Me lesa.
the United States, and that no sov
Butter—Fancy creamery, 30032He ereignty can be lawfully exercised there
per pound; extras, 30c; dairy, 200 except by the United States.
22Mc; store, 15018c.
Mine Sale at Thunder Mountain.
Eggs—23 0 25 per dozen.
Idaho, Feb. 19.—An import
Hops—Choice, 22027c per pound.
ant transfer of Thunder mountain min
Wool—Valley, 12H®15c; Eastern
ing porperty has been made in thia
Oregon, 8014Hc; mobair, 26028c.
D. J. Brown, who ia better
Beef — Gross, cows, 303^0 per known aa Thunedr Mountain Brown,
pound; steers, 404M c ; dressed, 7Me. has sold to D. McKenzie, representing
Eastern capitalists, four mining claims
Veal—7 «08 He.
Manila, Feb. 20.—General Davis has
approved the finding of the court mar
tial in the case o( Major Edwin G.
Glenn, of the Fifth infantry, who was
acquitted of the charge of unlawfully
killing prisoners of war, with the qual
ifications that he disapproves of the
orders issued by Major Glenn.
general says he recognizes the principle
that guides may be impressed and that
A Moro stronghold in the Philip
treacherous guides may be executed, but
pines has surrendered.
he adds that Major Glenn’s orders
China is buying arms in violation of ■bowed a reckless disregard for human
the treaty with the allies.
life which the general condemns.
Mrs. Roosevelt is ill and has can
To Allow Hawaii to Issue Bonds.
celled all social engagements.
Washington, Feb. 20.— Representa
Beet sugar mon have again blocked
the passage of the Philippine tariff bill. tive Hamilton, of Michigan, today in
An exceedingly rich gold strike has troduced a bill to authorize the gover
lawn made in Josephine county, Ore nor and secretary of Hawaii to issue
bonds of that territory in such sums
The bill creating a department of not to exceed >500,000 as, together
Mutton — Gross, 4c per
pound; on Profile creek. The claims are in the
commerce has been signed by the presi with the money already appropriated dressed, 7He.
beet portion of the district. The price
Lambs — Grose, 4c par
paid has not been mode publie, hot i
by congress, msy be sufficient to pay all
was a cash deal, anti it state*' •>.*
A bill has been introduced in the the judgments growing out of the sup dressed, 7Hc.
Hogs — Gross, «He pCT
house to prevent hazing at the Anna pression of the btil*onic plague in the
’4 tF»'-' .■ ■ • >
s ■ » ;
territory in 1891» and
polis naval academy.