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EVENTS 01 THE DAV
ÜATHI KI » TO’* ALL PARTS OF THE
Records It how America Took No Part
Internal Allaire of Colombia
ARB DRIVEN OCT.
HAPPENINGS HERE IN OREGON
Russia Making Thousands of
FOES TO AMERICA
COLO RAIL SNAPPED.
Colorado Flyer Ditched Whll« Ruaatoff
Forty Mlles aa Hoar.
Wnaliington, Feb it, _ u„,
Iximlon, Feb. 4,—Moscow I h being POWERS TRIED TO HOLD L'P THE
dent sent to the senati* today u
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 3.— The Col-
depopulate«! of ita Jewish residents by
of rnrree|H>ixfeuri* in responsi, to 8 i ii U.
panama canal treaty .
orado flyer on the Mieaouri Pacific rail-
order of the Russian governor of the
tor Gorman', reso lotion ..riling for t|„.
unit hark on .
«vay was derailed near Miller. K m .,
GRAIN AND FRLir GIVE PROMISE.
city. Investigation, begun at his or 1
Comprchrnslvs Review ut the luiport-
oday while running at the rate of 40
the United Mama <IM,| military for,,..
Germany Tried to (Jet an Izland. Which
ant Happening* ut the Paa I Week, In the Internal affaira of New Granada Illg I Ir Stkka Sent to St. l ouis to Re Jackson County Will Not Have Sulllclcnt an old law, of 30,000 Jewish working
miles an hour.
Would Give Her Prsctkal Control of
produce Fort Clatsop.
men and artisans baa resulted in the
Wheat, but Fruit In Plenty.
Presented In Condensed I orm. Mini or Colombia, and «lu th, r am h
The engine and the rear car, a Pull
Route- France Was also Active—
Likely •• Prove Interesting to Ou»
Jacksonville—Re|x>rts from all parts
man, alone remained upright on th«
<d the United Hint, . or by th« „. ,„.M
of Jackson county are that the winter
track. The baggage car, mail car,
ot New Giuinta or Columbia, or in . „n | 1» r tot the Oregon stat«* building at tlx* wheat is in line condition, both as to structions given them with the great
Senate »lactoses the Feet.
smoker and a chair car were thrown in
■ qu. me of any ufficl.l representation Ht. I .on is fair. Tlx* order is a peculiar stand ami growth. The acreage for est zeal. Jewish houses throughout
Tlir ItuMiail fleet Im« felt Port Ar of either. The resolution Gao
one in that tlx* bark ia left on one aide this year ia more than twice that of last the city are entered and searched at all
to the ditch, turning over and ware
Washington, Feb. 8.—The interfer
hours of the day and night for evidence
lor coplee of the ord. ra l,y the navy *1. of each stick of timber.
year, yet so much wheat land has been
One ;x*reon wa«
Home of tlx* Hinlier» ar«* 40 bet long, given over to orchard ami alfalfa that that will permit the expulsion of the ence of foreign governments to prevent
Advice» from all sertlons point Io partment relating to am h uae of mili
Í tary force.
the ratification of the Hay-Herran
it ie certain there will not be enough
The law upon which the governor
The wreck was causal by the snap
Til«« «ir. Iimatniuea under which force, fai <• 7 Si iix'hea, while the fourth fixe wheel in Ktjgue river valley this year
treaty between the governments of the ping of a rail, due evidently to the ee-
The lion«* committer promise« to In were landed are given by the president ia round, with the bark still clinging to supply the local demand, a con bases his right to make the crusade I
against the Jews is an old one under I niled Mates and Colombia is clearly vere cold weather of the past week.
very lilx'ial to th« Im>5 fair.
in detail, but orders by the war and
dition that has prevailed for several
which any Jewish workkgrnen and proven by the correspondence just sent Physicians reached the scene promptly
Tlx* •• ante has pa»»«*<l the 1*1)1 to navy d«*|i«rtnieiita i-oncernilig the work l«*el long, with one 10-lnch and two yearn past.
those who were members of the First to the senate in confidence by the pres anil a relief train was hurried from Osa
There is a large quantity of alfalfa
Inga of such deparlmeiiia, and which four-hu b faces.
lend th«* Ht Ixiuls fair $4,600,000
It require* 17,000 feet of there slabs hay yet held in the valley. The larger Guild of Merchants, or were academic ident and in response to the Culberson watomie, starting east with th« injured
cunatllute a part of lite officya of the
ally educated, were allowed to remain
during the afternoon.
Heimtor llauna is gravely ill. Hi»
inilllary and naval intelligence, are to enclose the grounds around th«* numlier of stockmen fear a hard winter in Moscow after the expulsion of 1891 resolution.
lickin'»» (« pronounce»! typhoid fever.
At the time ot the accident the train
withheld on the grouixla tl at the di.
The documents include dispatches was two hours late and was making up
Recently the governor ordered a strict
The Ja|*Att<*se mhiltter at laiixloii chantre of am h roiifldentlal matter. will Im a reproduction of obi Eort Clat reason tempting the alfalfa growers to
investigation into the rights of those I passing between Ministers Hart and time, ft had no orders to stop at
mi » hi» imtii n wants no help to tight Would l*e ilxoliq.stilile with the public sop and the sUickade surrounding the hold for high «.rices. The hay is now
residents. On finding the slightest Beaupre, at Bogota,
Miller and went by at full spaed, being
an«l the state de-
daw the order of expulsion is issued.
derailed on the outskirts of the town.
Aa a preface to the Correapoixleitre
An i»»<ie of 11816 »tninp» ia pnq»>a«»l,
Many families whose fathers during partment relative to tbe Hay-Herran The engine and tender paseed over th«
I mi'iit o| the kiml ever ship|»xl from the st*« kmeri have r«*quired hut little hay
alnillsr to tlioix« of oilier iiatloiial «X* Ailing He« retary >d HtaU* l..»*tin.1 »tale, ami Mr. laieper, the manager, for their st<s k. From the amount of the 50s paid for the freedom of the treaty, the reasons for its rejection, defective rail safely.
writes a letter tn which he anva all tlx* I
city to their heirs have Ireen exjielled and the meddling of those represent-
The front trucks of the mail car
c«*rrca|Hiteleixa on rei-ord tn the dasnaart- sa^x that it will probably lx* the last, seed being bandied bv bxal dealers, suddenly, it was charged that the ing fon ig i governments.
jumped the track and crashed into a
Japan« ««' resilient* of Vladlv»*t«k «re meiit <d etale la given, ami that from t great deal of trouble was experienced tlx* acreage of alfalfa will
fathers who paid for this right paid these dix-uments are cablegrams calcu freight car on a siding. The baggage
terror »tricken su*l
Gils .il «ppeara I niteil Matea fortes in getting trees that were not too large fully 20 per cent in this valley this taxes only as members of the First lated to prove that Germany sought to car followol, pushed the mail car at
have lawn lande«l OU the iathmua of
Guild of Merchants for eight years.
acquire from Colombia an island in the right angles across the track and both
from which to cut the timbers, to give
Apple, ;x*ar, cherry, prune, peach
According to a recent law the free harbor of Cartagena for a c.aling sta the forward cars served to block th«
Tlx* rami Idary of Senator Elkina, of Panama 10 tilma from o. t .l.-r )x.’,«, p, the right curve on the round able. ami almond trees are in fine condition
dom of the city cannot Ire secured by tion, notwithstanding the Monroe doc smoker. The chair <ur following the
West Virginia, (or Vice president ba»
landing I wing the only one made with Another difficulty was ex|»*ri«*nced hi and the yield will be up to the usual any one who has not paid his taxes as trine. This island would enable that smoker partially telescoped the smoker
out actual request from the govern-
a member of the First Guild for ten power to virtually control the canal and the latter was rendered into kindl
The I iouh * Im» pa«ar*l the sgrii-tll- meni >d the lethmiie.
yards are also in fine shape. The fruit
years. This recent law has been ap when constructed.
Minister Hart ing wood. The Pulln an remained on
lami appropriation bill, tl*u» insuring
acreage o< Rogue river, while very
"ff Very readily. Thia ia not common large, will I»- increased by this winter's plied in the cases of the dead Jews, promptly notified the state department the track and aside from a severe shak
(re«< m '«*«I «li»lribution
HITII R ATTACK ON AMI RICA.
| ing up the passengers in that car were
ly th«* case, but thia winter has lx-«*n so plantings fully 15 per cent, apples and and their ancestors have been expelled of these negotiations.
Itotninlcan reliels tlr««*l on ari Ameri
under ita provisions.
There are also dispatches intended uninjured,
mild that the sap r*is«*<i much earlier |H-ara leading the list.
can launch, killing tlm engineer am! Ruaalan Osasral ka«o II War C uib ,,. ||
Those of the expelled Jew s who have to show that there was secret interfer
than usual. It will lx* hard for Ht.
WlU H< Hsr I aulì.
thus insulting the flag
means have been taken to the railway ence
at Bogota by representatives of
TIPS TRAIN OVER.
L,tiia people to understand that when
STOCK HAS WINTERED WELL.
station and compelled to buy tickets. European nations, notably Germany
Ix>n«lon, lei*. 8.—H|«rial *L»|*ati-h«*s tl>< *x* trees were cut eight degrees farth
flenator Hann»’» condition is prac-
Those who have not the means to buy an<l
France, to prevent th«* ratfication Qale Causes Wreck In Colorado la Wbkk
rr»-rlv«*«l fr«>m thè Far Fast, ami pule er north than th«* city of Ht Louie, and
the treaty. Others indicate that a
lish«*«! tliis tnorning, a*!*l nothing t<> in a counity where the thermometer Baker County Has Had Very Favorable tickets are forwarder! without expense. of
Five People are Hurt.
Weather So Far.
Ubarle» M M hwab givre In and the thè ktx«wl«**lge nf thè ai tila! sttuation.
representative went to Berlin for the
has not registered zero in 40 years, and
Feb. 3.— A special to the
»hip trust «ill I»* reo*gan(»*«).
purpose of seeking to sell, either to the
SCORE FOR FAIR.
Baker City—Stockman are congratu
The HI. l'rlrisburg correepondent <>l while the weather was so warm here
Idaho Springs, Colo., says:
The house ha» |>a»a«*<l the *lipl**nmtic thè l>aily Teh-graph «piote» (r«>m (he that the sap in the trees was up on the
A passenger train on the Colorado A
Novo S'remya a Bitter ■-* li tonai *tt«uk 15th <>f January and at the same time wintering their sheep, bones and cat Oregon Senators "lake Diplomatic Move syndicate of capitalists representing
an*! consular appruprlaltan bill.
the government, the shares of stock Southern railroad, which left Denver
U| m , ii thè Ullit«**l Hlatr», whtrli he sup. in Ht. Louie the thermometer was 22 tle s<> far this winter, The weather
by (living Way to St. Louis.
The last of the A liter nan tnaqxi in
owned by Colombia in the new Panama
has lx-en very favonble. While it has
poees lo la* all oulcutne ■■( thè <li»|Mit<'b ilegnea below zero.
this morning for Georgetown, was
Washington, Feb. 4. — Senators
Cui a have laki'ii their dr|«rturo.
Iwn cold there has l*een no severe Mitchell and Fulton appeared before canal company, and to encourage the
<>( Amerii an c**n«iiI, lo Muk-len ami
wrecked by a gale, two coaches and a
The naval commitUv of the liouar Antiitig
The N**v«i Vremya a-x-uaee
the full committee on appropriations
Feed, while expensive, has leen today, in connection with the proposed ions and pro|x*rty hv a syndicate com combination l«ggage and express car
ha» d<« ><te*l (or heavy lighting »III;*».
tlx* l'iute*| Mate» <*f a «!«*»ire to a In
Mill Will fie Built When the Acreege plentiful. Most of the ranclien rained amendment offered by M-nator Mitchell posed of British, German and French being blown over and badly damaged.
A bill has been intri»lur<*>t In the thè hegrm,*ny ot thè etitire gl.il«*, gml
their own hay, and while it is worth yesterday, to the urgent deficiency ap financiers.
Rene he e I.OOO.
The engine and tender remained on the
Maryland «mat« to eliminate thv ne
It is indicate«i that the assembling of
big money, the cost to the rancher who propriation bill in the interest of the
market, ami <l«*«'larea “|(, aa il arem*
track. Four of the train crew and one
Halfin—Threeliing flax s«ssl out of
llkely, ait breaka olii, il «ili bave the straw ami spreailing the straw in owns Ids own hay land in compara- Lewis and Clark exposition. The St. a large American fleet in Carribean passenger were injured.
Eastern maniifactiirera ar« evincing l«*»*n Itiatigat«*.| l.y thè Vankeee with
Tlie man who han to buy I-ouis fair jieople, whose a|qx*al for a
The train had come to a standstill
tl«*l«!s to rot is now in progress at Eu
hay to feed range stock in not no well loan was under consideration at the action from the French government in about 1,500 feet from the station in
great Intereat in th« 1906 fair and will their utilitarian view» "
gens B«»> m '' s flax establishment at this
sending warships to Colon to protect
make large eililbita.
Banui Hayaahi, Ja|«near mltuata-r lo place. Twenty men are engagc<l at the off thia year.
time, felt that they would be embar
the canal property, representations Georgetown, being unable to proceed
The United Flat«» government has ! Great Bntain, <l«*«rril*e lite situati**!! threshing houee ami 15 men am! hoys
Mlle ot Macadam Road
having been made at Paris that it further because of the wind.
amendment, and on this showing ami would be threatened by a revoiutoin on waiting for the wind to subside, the care
Iren 'Iraan Into tlx« Iroquois Are affair 1 Iti tlx* Far Ea»t aa "certainly very are employ«*«l to spread the straw on a
by the burning of th« mvnery, which tbrealeiiing,'‘ Lui aaid everything de- field just east of town.
Two humlnxl of trad»- has undertaken to secure the the assurance of the committee that the the isthmus. There ie further corres were lifted from the rails by the wind,
t**na >>f straw will lx* spread out ‘evenly building of a mile of macadam road on Oregon exfmsition should receive favor pondence indicating the apprehension and forced over on their side.
«as (hr property tn an English concrtn pernlrel oli Russia'» nq.ly
«<*r 60 acres of land an*! left exp«»M*<l that section of the Jacksonville-Medford able consideration, it was decided to of the American representative at Bo passengers ami crew were thrown with
ami in this country umtor hood.
$90« I AIR STAMPS ORIX HI D
t*> the weather until it has rottzwl road from this place to the junction of w ithdraw the amendment and bring it gota that some of the European powerk great force against the sides of the care,
R umi « Im» *li»|*at* h««l her reply to
enough for the scutching mill.
It the Medford-Central joint roads. A up later in connection with the sundry would attack Colombia, or possibly but were able to escape through the
Japan'» last not«. It give» slight hope They ATS Io Bo On Hale In All
doors and windows.
will then 1« put through a scutching 20-foot width turnpike will l>e thrown civil bill.
seize the neutral zone because of un
(**r prare. The entire Russian tLx l i»
The senators believe that by their paid debts.
It was several hours before the news
olflSM I bo I Irsi Day ot May.
null, which will turn out «lean flax tip, the material for which will l>e grav
rrnl»ing of! the |»*nin»ula and an at
of the accident could be sent to Denver,
Tlx* filwr will lx* store«l away to el from Jackson creek, the channel of diplomatic course, taken at this time,
tempt » ill la* made to send trixq*» tn
they have greatly advanced the inter
as the telephone and telegraph wiree
await the building of a linen mill.
which adjoins this road. In removing
DEWEY IDEA OF SHIPS PREVAIL.
Coirs Ja|«aix »e tr*»q>» are al irmly rhe flr»t of tin new Izsiistana purchase
were prostrate«! by the wind. A spec
“The erection of a linen mill her«* in the gravel for the road a straight deep ests of their cause, and they feel more
moving toward Hcoul.
hopeful than ever of favorable action
ial relief train, sent from the latter
t<> I*- p'ace-i on sale at all | - *»t • *tti««-« in tlx* Willamette valley ia delayed only channel will be made for the creek, to
House Committee Ooes on Record for city,
enconntered poles and wiree
Tlx* bollar ha» given the Porto Rican the United Mates May I, has lawn sent by the lack of a supply of fibre," said prevent tii»»ls from injuring the road later on. They are now assured of the
Heavy Fighting Vcsacla.
strewn over the track in many placée
eonimi»»i<>ner all the rights of a dele to the bureau of engraving and print
way, as has occurred.
The St. Louis proposi
AA’ashington, Feb. 8. — Admiral and with difficulty reached its destina
ing by Third Assistant ¡\etmastri Gen mill to run two or three months in the
tion will undoubtedly be retained in Dewey's suggestions in favor of heavy tion. The severely injured were taken
year. W«> must have enough fibre to
Work on Irrigation Ditch.
Irenrh cotton mill» am »hurt on ma
the urgent deficiency bill, and this will
to a hospital in Georgetown for treat
keep a mill running th«* year ar«Hin«l.
terial and the factories are unable to of t*O,(HM).(88) of the one cent stamps, That will tak«* 4,000 acres of flax,
Pendleton—C. G. Morey, principal lx* a goo«l precedent for Oregon in the fighting ships for the navy prevailed ment.
tM-arlng the portrait of Rol-ert R. I.iv-
texlay with the house committee on
of the Umatilla public «chools, was in sundry civil bill.
lligstol.e, 225,000,000 of (lie twrxent Whenever we can get that we will have Pendleton last week. He is authority
affairs over the recommemlation
MANY PERISH ON DESERT.
The Russian fleet at Vlailivoatok 1ms otani|>o, Iwaring the |*«>rtrail of Thomas
for the statement that 50 men are em
of the general board, submitted by Sec
been made r«*a*ly for sea
All *<»ai fit Jefferson; « ,500.000 of the three-cent am! a mill will lie built."
Mr. Iloare has 260 acres of land ployed on the irrigation ditch living
ting» have lie«n removed.
retary Moody. The naval appropria Bodies of a Score of Men Foand on tka
stamps, with Monroes portrait, 9,*
(or llax raising purposes, and th«* run from the Umatilla river, almut a Colombian Troops Attack Indiana on the tion bill was completed by the commit
Sands la Nevada.
A bill ha» been introduead in the 500,1881 <>f the flve-cent stamps, with farmers of this vicinity will put in mile alswe Umatilla, to a point of 15
San Blas Coast.
Feb. 3.—The bodies of be
fermar to dr« lare th« citizen» of Porto
miles or more lielow. The ditch is to
Panama, Feb. 4.—A report ha* I>ewey. It carried an aggregate appro
the fen-vent stamps, with a miniature aliout 100 acres more thia reason. Mr. lie run through the little town of Irri
Rico ritizen» of (he Uniteti Htates
30 men, who perished
reached the isthmus that Colombian priation of 195,000,000. The ships
map of the United Males, showing the Bosse thinks the amount ahoiihl lx* in
The cur ia ionaiilrring th« reply of territory acquired by the Louisiana creased this year to 1,(88) acres and in gon, which lias derived ita name from troops are fighting with the Indians on authorized are one battleship, two j from thirst while attempting to croM
Japan. The delay make» the mikado's
a year or two inereamxi to 4,000 acre*. the first syllable of irrigation and the the San Blas coast, w hich is in Panama armored cruisers, three scout cruisers the desert between Moapa and L or
last syllable of Gregon.
people fearful and they are urging
territory. It ia impossible, however, and two squadron colliers. The appro Vegas, Nev., have been found within a
Albany Milla Start Up.
to obtain reliable confirmation of thia. priation of $500,000 made last year for
CHINA AOREIIS ON WAR ACTION.
few weeks, according to advice« re
The United States gunboat Bancroft two submarine boats was reappropri
Albany—The Bannockburn woolen
fcnator Clarke, of Arkansas, greatly
was to have sailed today from Colon to ated, the boats to be purchase«! in the ceived from the latter place.
■urpriai»| 1*eimx-rala by making a strong Railing-Mock of Railroad Will Be Brought
Wheat—Walla Walla, 74©75c; blue Boras del Toro, but the orders were discretion of the seen tat v of the navy.
The men, it is believed, were mostly
bany woolen mills in operation. Work
•|*e« h upholding the Panama ¡xilicy of
Inside (Ireat Wall.
countermanded at the last moment, be-
was commence»! on flu«« cloth for suit stem, 791980c; valley, 78Si(<i8t)c.
This building program gives a total tramps who attempted to make the
R mmvc I i .
Barley—Feed, $20 [*er ton; brewing, cause of the report of fighting on the of 44,000 tons of heavy fighting ships, long journey on foot without sufficient
Tx«u Tain, Feb 5 —In the event of inge. Th«* mills hail lx»*n idle tor some
us compared with 62,000 tons last year. supplies of fiKxl and water to carry
France, Great Britain ami America an outbreak of hoatiliti«*« l«et»«*rn Rus time and many men were thrown out $20(920 50; rolled, $21.
Flour—Valley, $3.75Cd3.85 per bar
A letter was received here some time The heavy construction provided will them across. Many of the bodies found
■te exerting no pressure on Japan for sia aixl Japan, the railroad administra of employment thereby. When the
the acceptance of the coming Russian tion has arrangisi to bring the rolling Bannockburn company purchased the rel; hard wheat straights, $3.00(94.10; ago from Captain Torres, commanding cost $21,750,000, while the lighter were without clothing, and it ia be
stock of the extra mural line inside the mills they were immediately leased to clears, $3.55(93.75; hard wheat pat the Panama troops at Chepo, on the construction will bring the cost of the lieved that the victims had gone insane
O'ply, a» ha» lieen reporte*!.
from thirst and had wandered about in
tlx* Oregon City company, which close«! ent«, $4.2(d4.5O; graham, $3.75; whole south side of the isthmus and directly building program up to $28,000,000.
Martial law at Cripple ('reek, Colo-
Russia has ««rdvre<l another 20,000 the plant down at the end of three wheat, $4; rye flour, $4.50(94.75.
south of the San Blas country, saying
Provision was made for an armor a nude condition in search of water.
Outs—No. 1 white, $10.7S<91.10; he had decide«! to cross over to the At plate factory to cost $4,000,000, which
f*'1". is at an end. A small detach tons of Kaiping coal for «ielivery nt months. Albany peopl«« were appre-
Some of the victims are supposed to
ment ,>( t|1(. National Guard will remain Port Arthur, making 70,(88) tons in a henaive lest th«* mills would not lie put gray, $ 1.05(" 1.07VB percental.
lantic side. There ie a possibility that the secretary of the navy is authorized have used water from “Dead Man’s
"r * iòne, but affairs will be turneil Week. It in pointol out here that if in operation again soon.
the Indians are fighting with Captain to construct, in case he cannot secure Well,” which is kxated almost in the
middlings, $26, shorts, $19.50(1)20; Torres' command, mistaking them for armor from private bidders at a reason center of the desert. The water from
over to the civil authorities.
war breaks out soon the coal will hard
able price. An addition of 3,000 men this well, while temporarily aleviating
*G’>K .. ...... lik w III widconm American ly reach Ita «lentinatlon, as th«* stocks
Telegraph to Wallowa.
Hay — Timothy, $16(918 per ton;
is authorized to the personnel of the thirst, is sure death to those who drink
capital in th,, development of Aliys- here ar«« low ami tlx* steamers scarec.
Elgin—Arrangements are about com clover, |12<913; grain, $12«13; cheat,
It in r«*|H>rt«sl that the Russians are pleted for a telegraph line from here
Ex-Secretary Whitney Dead.
building a railr<*a*l to connect Mukilen to Lostine. It will be used in connec $12« 12.
New York, Feb. 3.—William Collins
‘« retary of War Taft Indila that tar- with Hin Min Ting, 30 miles west of
America to Keep Fleet Away.
Whitney, ex-secretary of the navy, died
Jiminez Has Lost AH.
9 coni-emion* will largely make the Mukdi-n, on tlx* railroad running to tion with the telephone wire. It will |x*r pound; fancy creamery, 3l)c; choice a few minutes after 4 o’clock yesterday
Feb. 8.—In case of a
Washington, Feb. 3.—According to
Khan Hai Kwan ami Tien Fain.
afternoon at his home, 871 Fifth ave Japanese-Russian war, the fighting information received at the state de
circuit* Is-ing on one wire, and will In store, 12 «14c.
Ex Hecretnry of thu Navy Whitney ia
nue, in his 84th year. He died while ships of the Asiatic fleet will l>e kept partment, all the ports of Panto Do
directly connected with the Western
Pank Ornerai In Corea.
under the influence of ether, adminis- away from the scene of hotsilitles and mingo are now in the possession of the
^'"'""ly ill and his condition shows
Union office here. Residents of Wal cream, 29c.
tereil preparatory to a second operation every care will lx* taken to observe good Moiales provisional government, which
Ht. I’clersl.tltg, Feb. 8.—Advices n* lowa county are now anxious for a rail
Cheese—Full cream, twins, 14c;
__ ‘ h«*re from
‘..... i Corea
say that the
for append Litis. By his bedside were sea manners.
That the American succeeded the government of General
Tl* I-ewis an I Clark fair bill has feeling of )>anic ia general there ami road. All freight hauling has to lx* Young America, 15c.
his son. Hairy Payne Whivney, and navy, however, may not be without Woe y Gil. The Jiminez revolution
feeling of panic
done by wagons, and the roads are not
•»''t introduced ns an amendment to that depression prevails in all th«* sen
his daughter, Dorothy Whitney, as observers of what will be the greatest seems to have been stamped out,
of the l>est.
|x*r pound; springs, small, 13(914c;
the urgent deficiency bill.
well as Dr. William T. Bull, the chief naval struggle of modern times, it is though there has l>een no diplomatic
ports, where massacres of foreigners an*
hens, 12«12Se; turkeys, live, 17i9
surgeon in attendance, Mr. Whitney possible several of the smaller ships of recognition of the Morales government.
Biggrat Plant In the Writ.
Eur<ip«*ans ate preparing to
Th** atturney general shows that the feared.
18c; dressed, 20c; ducks, $8®9 per
was taken ill Friday night at the
. J per- the fleet will be detailed to go north United States officials in Santo Domin
Hidsboro—C. T. Rogers, of Detroit, dozen; geese, live, 8c per pound.
to amend anti-trust laws would in- 1 s**ml their families to Shanghai
formative of “Rigoletto.”
ward with competent officers, who will go have entered into relations with it,
J re Instead of aid Commerce.
1 ery steamer from Japan conveys to Mich., and one of the largest menu-
Eggs—Oregon ranch, 26(927 Sc per
Corea many Japanese officers ami sol (iicturers .d eondensi*«l milk machinery,
be detailed to act as official observers this step being necessary for the protec
The present British parliament, '
of this government.
tion of commercial business.
diers in disguise, ami their prereme in Ims arrived here, and will superintend
Tait a Friend ot Willamette.
Vegetables—Turnips, 65c per sack;
d.,L', r '.""J""' "I"'»*’*!, may witni-ssthi* Hm h numlivre is regarded by the R»"- tlx* installation of tlx* new machinery
Washington, Feb. 4.—One of the
carrots, 75c; lieets, 90c; parsnips, 75c
x»tifali of the Balfour ministry.
siana as lx*ing a *cri*t occupation. for flu* big Hillsboro plant. Mr. ,Rog (9$; cabbage, 1*4(92c; red cabbage, fiist communications to th«« house
Urges China to Join Japan.
For Oreater Corps ot Engineers.
T,»8 president’« salary is Insufficient Sixty dix tors have left Ht* I’etersbnrg ers says that this plant will lx* the ISc; lettuce, head, 15c per dozen; signed by Secretary Taft related to the
London, F«*b. 8.—“Yuan Shi Kai
Washington, Feb. 3.—Secretary Root
Mississippi river parslev, 2*c; tomatoes, $1.50(92 per improvement of the Willamette river (the commander of the Chinese imper sent to the senate t.xlay a report of the
largest west of tlx*
eflore^n11"’ n'*d* Ol ll1"0®1«* All during the last few days.
mid flint m> plant in the world will crate r cauliflower, 75e(9|l per dozen; between Portland and Oregon City. ial army and navy) and the vice presi general staff relating to the increase of
i( rt «III probably be madu to increase
have a more nuxlern equipment.
l ighthouse Strvks tor Alaska.
'•elery, 60c; pumpkins, lc per pound; He approved the recommendation of dent of the war Ixmril have memorial the engineer corps of the army, togeth
onions. Yellow Danvers, $1.10® 1.25 the engineers that 15,100 should be ized the throne, urgently insisting up er with the draft of a bill whose passage
Tim lloIlRe |1|lR
Washington, Feb. 8.—Secri tiirv • "r
Nugget Worth Forty Dollars.
spent to remove Capeley’s rocks and on an offensive and defensive alliance he recommends.
The bill proposes
telyiui today sent to congress a report
1 rit inilnage for tho extra m.Hsion.
Grants l’nss—A $40 nugget Ims
dredging a channel to four feet deep with Japan to regain Mamhuria," ca that the corps of engineers, when in»
from tlx- lighthouse board recommeml
Honey—13(93.50 |x*r case.
iJi<"i""il' '•'’’’'t* 8"* how.! ¿pan can
Potatoes—Fancy, 80(990c per sack; and remove the sandbars at Jennings, bles the Shanghai correspondent of the creased, shall consist of one chief of en
Ing chnnges ami improvements m t > brought in from the Jewell, Moore A
llnycs, phtcer on Oscar creek. This common. 80®80c; sweets, 2Sc in Waldron's mid Magnon's and at the LoiidoGn lobe. “The memorials,” the gineers, with the rank of brigadier gen
her conc sslons.
lighthouse administration in \la"*a.
mini* is one of the most noted producers
head of the Clackamas river.
correspondent adds, “maintain that eral; 12 colonels; 18 lieutenant colon
Jr., made a mile The lioard primarily recommends t »t of heavy pieces in the entire mineral sacks; 2Sc crated.
the Japanese are letter prepared for els, 38 majors, 40 captains, 40 first lieu
Fruits—Apples, fancy Baldwins and
g 1 "
“ "tlnute in an autonm- AI hh U ii I m ’
Considering Successor to Wright.
war than th«* Russians.”
tenants and 38 second lieutenants.
district, and a buoy station lx; e» «' district and Oscar creek, only a small Spitzenburgs, $1.50 per box; cooking,
stream, has lx*com<< widely famous for
Washington, Feb. 4.—It ia learner!
75c® $ 1 •
w(^''r,',ar.V Hay d.x.s not think war
(lie nuggets taken from it.
Buried Under Volcano Aahea.
Mississippi Town Wiped Ont.
Hops—Choice, 2(l@27c per pound; that the president in neleeting a euc-
The board further recommend» the
ceaaor to Governor I.uke E. Wright, on
Amsterdam, Feb. 8.—The latest dis
(•«»Ilntry r"“1 y
th" m,rket» In this struction of a lighthouse tender for
prime, 25c; medium, 24c.
Greenville, Miss., Feb. 3.—Fire at
Opp Mln« Resume* Operation*.
Wool—Valley, 17® 18c;
Eastern the Philippine commission, will take patches received from the Butch East Ifollendale destroyed every building in
Jacksonville—The Opp mine, hx-ated
service exclusively in Alaska.
a man of prominence from thin coun Indies, reporting the eenption of the the town except two dwellinga; lore
two miles west of Jacksonville, and Oregon, 12«15c; mohair, 32®35c.
Agrkultural Appropriation Bill*
try. Governor Wright wiahee to have volcano of Merapi, in the island of 1200,000.
The fire started in a negro
which Ims been idle for more than a
I’«rt of A , , "7” ,M
“*'Ktlon on tho
WaeltinRlon, Feb. fl.-Tho agr .'•jb vein, wits started up last week by the
Mutton—Dressed, 6®7 Sc j>er pound; the benefit of the counsel of a man fresh Java, say 12 persons were burned to restaurant and a high wind fanned tho
"•ri "I the United Htales.
from the states and in touch with death, and that 20 were severely in (lames to such proportions that the vol*
turai appropriation bill rep*" *'
_ owner, J. W. Opp, and th«* mill is lin lambs, 7 Sc.
congregation« have i*.--'«*........
events here, and desires, it is said, an jured. The eruption was accompanied unteer fire fighters could not stay ita
ing run day, night and Hunday on ore
associate rather than a subordinate. by showers of red-hot coals.
that i" producing gmxl values.
rH'n °n U'e 240, an increasejif $J33,uw